[www.inewsguyana] – Australian High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago and Non-Resident Head of Mission to other Caricom Countries Ross Tysoe and Minister of State and Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Harmon have agreed that the two countries should strengthen bilateral ties.
Harmon briefed the High Commissioner on a number of matters including the operations of the new government in moving Guyana forward, the continued Guyana/Venezuela border developments, and the business sector here.
Minister Harmon told the High Commissioner that Guyana is currently at a stage of “reshaping the tool to move the country forward”.
He explained that the new government has a firm idea of what is currently needed, and is working to re-establish Guyana’s image internationally.
“Guyana is a reliable partner in international fora, and respects investments from foreign companies, who respect our laws here,” Harmon stated.
Meanwhile High Commissioner Ross Tysoe AO congratulated the new government and expressed the wish for continued enthusiasm, and hope for Guyana’s development.
The High Commissioner also noted Australia’s “longstanding relationship and ties with the Commonwealth”, as he expressed interest in contributing to agriculture and mining in Guyana.