Today, the governments of Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago inked a significant Memorandum of Understanding. It was signed with Guyana’s newfound oil realities being the backdrop. The deal was in the making for over a year now.
President David Granger said that the two countries are leaders in their own rights, and the act of singing the MOU is an attempt at strengthening the Caribbean community
Prime Minister of T&T, Dr. Keith Rowley said that it is time to move past to talk phase of CARICOM to the doing phase. President Granger and Rowley were asked to say what really the nuts and bolts of the MOU was.
According to the two politicians, MOU will see for greater cooperating between the two countries and it will actualize the transfer of skills, technology, and other expertise. President Granger said that another reason for the MOU is Guyana to benefit from Trinidad’s experience in the field of oil and gas