The Governments of Guyana and Ghana are hopeful that their increasing trade discussions will result in tangible products that are beneficial to both states.
Ghana’s Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and an 18-member delegation of private and public sector interests are in Guyana for a three-day visit.
His visit follows trips to Ghana by Guyanese delegations.
At a reception dinner on Sunday evening, Guyanese President Dr. Mohammed Irfaan Ali said many discussions between Ghana and Guyana have been held since they established relations but there has been very little progress on projects.
But Ali believes the smoothening of bilateral relations and establishment of a framework for trade will result in projects moving from talk to action.
Ghana’s Vice President and Guyanese Vice President Dr. Bharrat Jagdeo will hold a media conference today, when they unveil the framework for future development.