Guyana salutes Cuba

Guyana Chronicle
December 10, 2002

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President Bharrat Jagdeo in his congratulatory message to Cuba’s President, Dr. Fidel Castro as the country celebrates its 30th anniversary of the establishment of Diplomatic Relations between the Republic of Guyana and the Republic of Cuba noted that profound changes have occurred at the regional and international levels over the past 30 years.

He said that both Guyana and Cuba have faced formidable challenges in promoting the progress of prosperity of all their peoples and salute the great strides that have been made in the relations through mutually beneficial exchanges between our two countries.

The progress we have made demonstrates the immense possibilities for beneficial South-South cooperation among countries of our region, the President said.

“On the clear evidence, then, of this notable record of achievement, I envision great potential for the development of our bilateral and multilateral cooperation in the interest not only of our two peoples but also of the wider international community”.

Mr. Jagdeo extended best wishes for good health and the prosperity of Cuba and its people.

Minister of Foreign Affairs Rudolph Insanally who extended his congratulations to the People of Cuba on the occasion, said the high level of collaboration over that period between the two countries has manifested in exchanges in many fields.

He said the achievements between the two countries provide a good platform for intensified cooperation. “I look forward, therefore, to working with you to strengthen our relations at the bilateral, regional and international levels”. Mr. Insanally said.

He extended best wishes to the Cuban President for his personal well -being and continued progress of that country and its people.

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