Shaikh Mohammed and President Ramotar reviewed bilateral relations in various fields and explored new ways of boosting joint cooperation in diverse areas including training, tourism, seaports and airports, and roads.
The President of Guyana expressed his hope the UAE would assist his country to develop its seaports, airports and roads as well as to train its youth at the hands of Emirati experts, who are recognised worldwide for their rich expertise, efficiency and success in managing and operating these vital facilities.
He praised the remarkable progress the UAE is witnessing in various fields, especially in infrastructure of seaports, airports, roads and tourism.
Shaikh Mohammed affirmed the UAE would place its experiences, potentials and development experiment at service of sister and friendly countries regardless of the geographical location. He also expressed positive consent of the idea of offering UAE’s technical assistance on training youth in Guyana.
Shaikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority and Chairman of Emirates Group, Abdul Rahman bin Mohammed Al Owais, Minister of Health, Reem bint Ibrahim Al Hashemi, Minister of State, and a number of senior officials and members of the delegation accompanying the President of Guyana attended the meeting.