Bahamian Non-Resident High Commissioner (Designate) Calls on Foreign Minister

Posted on: December 18, 2017

18 December, 2017

Bahamian Non-Resident High Commissioner (Designate) Calls on Foreign Minister – Ministry of Foreign Affairs | Co-operative Republic of Guyana

Non-Resident High Commissioner (Designate) of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas to the Cooperative Republic of Guyana His Excellency Reuben Rahming, on December 12, 2017, paid a courtesy call on the Honourable Carl Greenidge, Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs. High Commissioner (Designate) Rahming will present his Letters of Credence on December 13, 2017.

Diplomatic relations between Guyana and the Bahamas were established on July 10th, 1973.

 



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