Suriname ready to lend support to Guyana’s oil and gas industry

Guyana's Foreign Min. Dr. Karen Cummings, Suriname Amb. Ebu Jones, President David Granger, and Director-General, Audrey Waddell share a light moment (Photo via NewsSource)
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(Department of Public Information) The new Surinamese Ambassador to Guyana, Ebu Jones, said that his country is ready to lend support to Guyana’s new and emerging oil and gas industry.

This assurance was given when Ambassador Jones presented his Letters of Credence to President David Granger on Wednesday.

“The Republic of Suriname with 40 years of experience in the oil and gas industry is willing to share this knowledge with Guyana and, if necessary, to support the further development,” Ambassador Jones assured.

Ambassador Jones pointed out that there is more potential for corporation for sustainable use of the two countries natural resources, as well as exploring the environmental tourism and agriculture opportunities both countries have to offer.

He said that it is important that the two countries maintain peace and find sustainable solutions to its border issues.

Read more at: Department of Public Information

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