Sep 21, 2020 Letters
Congratulations to the team that met with the US. It must be noted that going forward some key opportunities should be pursued:
1. A meeting with the US and Mr. Guaido to pen an agreement to abide by the ruling on Essequibo by the ICJ.
2. An agreement on preferential pricing for oil supplies from Venezuela upon the opening of the market in exchange for continued usage of our water ways and airspace. Allowing for Guyana to focus on its green initiatives around sustainable energy development.
3. US support for deportee management and rehabilitation. Increasing improvement in the Judiciary and accelerating the implementation of law and order initiatives.
4. Increased access to organic agriculture markets in the US. Such a fast track trade agreement for this and other Guyanese goods will be mutually beneficial to our economic growth and add value to their increasing focus on healthy living.
It is great that a renewed relationship has begun between our two countries and with a view on a long term relationship the opportunity to have further and meaningful discussions in these areas of opportunity can provide substantial gains for both countries.
Mr. Jamil Changlee
The Cooperative Republicans of Guyana
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