Guyana initiates talks on visa-free travel to Italy

By Rumi Samuel Published on November 29, 2022
Guyana initiates talks on visa-free travel to Italy

Travel, health and security were among several issues discussed today during a courtesy call between Guyana’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Hugh Hilton Todd and Fabrizio Nicoletti, Non-resident Ambassador-Designate of the Republic of Italy to the Co-operative Republic of Guyana. 

During the engagement, Minister Todd noted that Guyana is committed to fostering stronger bilateral relations and partnership with Italy in priority areas of the Government, including health, education and security. 

Minister Todd also initiated talks on visa-free travel to Italy for the mutual benefit of both countries, mainly through private sector engagements and people-to-people exchanges, which will be advanced in the future.

Minister Todd further noted that Italy and the European Union remain valuable partners to Guyana and CARICOM. On this note, the Ambassador alluded to several technical cooperation initiatives, including Italy’s role in supporting the Agri-Food Systems agenda of CARICOM towards reducing the Region’s food import bill by 25 per centPresident Mohamed Irfaan Ali leads the CARICOM Agri-Food Systems Agenda.  

The current implementation of the agenda gives special attention to priority crops and products in the Member States to achieve this target.

Rumi Samuel

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