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Guyana accredits new Peruvian Ambassador

first_imgIn efforts to strengthen ties with its continental neighbours, Guyana has accredited its new Ambassador ofPresident David Granger accredited Peru’s Ambassador to Guyana Mario Lopez ChavarriPeru.Ambassador Mario Lopez Chavarri handed over his Letters of Credence to Head of State David Granger on Wednesday morning at the Ministry of the Presidency.Chavarri expressed his commitment to promoting integration and cooperation between Guyana and Peru to further strength relations between the two South American countries.Meanwhile, in accepting the Peruvian Ambassador’s credence, President Granger noted that since the establishment of diplomatic relations between Guyana and Peru, the two countries have since enjoyed and maintained cordial relations.“The Republic of Peru, through your appointment, is reaffirming its commitment to strengthening relations between our two countries. Guyana and Peru share common interests, which provide a solid foundation for improved relationships at bilateral, regional and international levels,” he stated.President Granger outlined that the two continental neighbours share interests in the democracy, peace, respect for human rights, sustainable developments, eradication of poverty and the peaceful settlement of disputes.Moreover, the Guyanese Head of State committed Guyana’s support towards the development of productive partnerships between the two Republics, especially in the area of fishing, mining and agriculture.“Our two Republics are committed to regional cooperation, as a means of achieving a higher standard of living for our peoples, through the sustainable exploitation of our natural resources,” Granger said.In addition, he mentioned the two countries’ confidence in the Rule of International Law, particularly in the role of international judicial bodies, such as International Court of Justice to definitively settle territorial controversies.Diplomatic relations between Guyana and Peru dates back to July 1971.last_img read more