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Vision 2030 to launch at Building Expo – Pres. Ali


President Dr. Irfaan Ali.. [Photo: Office of the President]

‘Vision 2030’ will be formally launched on Friday at the International Building Expo and will outline how Guyana will transform and set on the path of prosperity.

President Dr Irfaan Ali said his government would be building a country that is second to none.

The Head of State made these statements while delivering an address at the official opening of the Pegasus Suites and Corporate Centre on Thursday evening at Kingston, Georgetown.

According to President Ali, by the year 2030, Guyana will become a country where every citizen in this world would want to be. These goals would be aligned with ‘Vision 2030’.

“There is absolutely no barrier; we should pray to remove whatever comes from the unseen world, there is absolutely no barrier, whether it be political, social, economical, global, that can stop us from changing this country to a place that we all will be proud of and at the Building Expo, we’ll be launching formally ‘Vision 2030’, President Ali said.

However, President Ali noted that changes must be made if one is to truly enjoy happiness with the development of the country.

“There are things we have to change internally, culturally, the way we think, if we are to experience the true happiness of development, we have to do a lot of self-evaluation, a lot of it, a very frank evaluation,” he added.

The President outlined some of the projects the government is looking to

embark on such as a world-class Eco Resort, Rainforest Safari, Cricket Carnival, and other tourism initiatives that will support private sector investment like the Pegasus Suites and Corporate Centre.

However, President Ali said the economy would not be viable if the international airfare to travel to Guyana is exorbitant. In this regard, he floated the idea for the private sector to develop an initiative for cheaper airfares.

“There are a number of opportunities now; a number of wet leases available… Why we don’t put our heads together and come up with a solution; a home-grown solution to this issue; one that brings viability, sustainability, and one that says clearly and specifically where the government can be of support.”

The Guyana Office for Investment (GoInvest) and the Ministry of Tourism, Industry, and Commerce will be launching a Marketing Programme for Guyana that will involve the private sector.



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