Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana are exploring the possibility of a cargo ferry service that will transport food and people between the two CARICOM countries.
Guyana’s Foreign Affairs Minister Hugh Todd and T&T’s Foreign Affairs Minister Amery Browne signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Sunday that will remove non-tariff barriers and explore addressing several areas of concern that can impact the morning agricultural and agro-processing sectors.
President Mohamed Irfaan Ali and Trinidad and Tobago’s Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley, signed the agreement at State House in Georgetown, Guyana.
In announcing discussions are already underway on the “Cargo Plus Ferry Facility,” President Mohamed Ali said the two nations “cannot operate together unless the platform enables it.” He praised the signing of the MOU.
Both Foreign Ministers were urged to take the MOU and implement it as a project and not the normal Foreign Affairs Ministry’s operation style. “For this to be successful, it must be approached differently,” Guyana’s President said.
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