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India delivers two Dornier-228 aircraft to Guyana
India-Guyana
Photo Courtesy: India in Guyana X page

India delivers two Dornier-228 aircraft to Guyana

| @indiablooms | 02 Apr 2024, 06:08 pm

Initiating a new chapter of partnership between the two countries, India recently delivered two Dornier-228 aircraft to Guyana as part of the Line of Credit.

An Indian Air Force team visited Guyana recently for the delivery.

The High Commission of India in Guyana posted on X: "High Commissioner welcomed IAF team visiting Guyana to deliver the HAL-228 aircrafts as part of Line of Credit from India to Guyana. A new chapter in India-Guyana partnership begins."

Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal wrote on X: "A new chapter in - bilateral relations!"

"Two aircrafts manufactured by @HALHQBLR were delivered to Guyana. These would help in connecting remote areas, medical evacuation and disaster response," he said.

The relationship between India and Guyana ever since the independence of Guyana in May 1966 has been close and cordial with a high degree of understanding. 

"The warmth in the relation remains unaffected with changes in governments either in India or in Guyana. Late Smt.Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India, visited Guyana in 1968, late Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma, the then Vice President of India visited Guyana in 1988 and Shri Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, the then Vice President of India came on a state visit to Guyana in 2006," MEA website said.
 

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