Lithuania establishes diplomatic relations with Guyana

  • 2012-01-27

NEW YORK – On Jan. 25 in New York, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Lithuania to the United Nations Dalius Cekuolis and Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Guyana to the United Nations George Talbot signed, on behalf of their respective governments, a joint communique establishing diplomatic relations between Lithuania and Guyana.

Guyana is a country situated in northern part of South America between Venezuela and Suriname that borders with Brazil in the south and with the Atlantic Ocean in the north. Guyana covers 215,000 square kilometers. The country has a population of about 770,000 people. Georgetown is the capital city of Guyana.

Guyana is the 158th country with which Lithuania established diplomatic relations.