Guyana-Mexico celebrate 40 years of diplomatic relations
President Donald Ramotar says there is much that can be accomplished by Guyana and Mexico to improve the standard of living of their citizens.
This comes as the two countries celebrate forty years of diplomatic relations.
In a message to his Mexican counterpart, Enrique Pena Nieto, president Ramotar said the foundation of these relations is firmly built on the principles of solidarity, strategic partnership and a steadfast dedication towards improving lives.
Meanwhile, Mexico’s Ambassador to Guyana, Francisco Olguin recalled that in the 1970s, the two countries actively participated in the movement for a new international economic order.
They sought to maintain an independent position from the capitalist and communist blocks.
Ambassador Olguin also spoke highly of Guyana’s efforts at the level of the United Nations for a new global human order, which he said Mexico fully endorses.