Guyana, Canada Meet on Tourism

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - September 28, 2011

Above: Minister Maniram Prashad and High Commissioner David Devine

Guyanese Minister of Tourism Maniram Prashad met yesterday with new Candian High Commissioner to Guyana David Devine. The two officials spoke about the countries’ 45-year-long history of diplomatic relations, and the potential for deeper investment and trade. Prashad pointed to Guyana’s growing potential as an ecotourism and adventure-based tourism destination. Ambassador Devine replaced Francois Montour last month, whose term had been completed in August.

–Guyana Information Agency

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