In a landmark meeting, President Mohamed Irfaan Ali and Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani discussed multifaceted cooperation and signed key agreements.
Qatar’s Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani engaged in high-level bilateral talks with Guyana’s President Dr Mohamed Irfaan Ali at State House in Georgetown on Tuesday, where three agreements were signed, according to the Amiri Diwan.
According to a statement from the Guyanese president’s office, discussions spanned a wide range of areas in which both nations hold mutual interests and are eager to cooperate.
The meeting was not just a forum for dialogue but also an occasion for formalising partnerships. Both leaders witnessed the signing of two pivotal agreements and a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between their respective states.
The documents focus on advancing economic, commercial, and technical cooperation, as well as fostering and safeguarding reciprocal investments, the Amiri Diwan added.
Additionally, one of the MoUs aims to facilitate collaboration in the legal sphere.
Prior to the talks, Sheikh Tamim was welcomed with a cultural presentation showcasing the diverse heritage of the South American country.
His visit underlines the burgeoning relationship between Qatar and Guyana and sets the stage for future collaborations across various fields.
The Qatari leader is now expected to visit El Salvador’s capital for the second leg of his South American diplomatic trip.