Guyana appoints Honorary Consul to Haiti

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Guyana has appointed a Honrary Cousul to Haiti. The appointment was made on February 27, 2018 by Second Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Honourable Carl B. Greenidge. He handed over the Letter of Commission appointing Mr. Marc Kinson Antoine as Honorary Consul of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana to the Republic of Haiti.

Mr. Antoine, a well-established businessman, is the Assistant General Manager and co-owner of ADEKO Enterprises, a freight forwarder and shipping agency. He is also a licensed customs broker and maritime agent.

In addition, he serves as a member of the board of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Haiti and the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham Haiti); one of the largest and most active business associations in Haiti since 1980.

Guyana and Haiti established diplomatic relations on 6 October 1970 and efforts have since been ongoing to strengthen the relationship in a mutually beneficial way.

Mr. Antoine is expected to promote tangible bilateral cooperation between Guyana and Haiti through the promotion of trade and other linkages. He will also be required to render consular assistance to Guyanese citizens in Haiti as required.

The Consulate will be located at ADEKO Enterprises S.A., 42 Boulevard Toussaint Louverture, Route de l’aéroport, Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The Honorary Consul can be contacted by telephone on + 509 2815 2815 or email to mk.antoine@adeko-ht.com.

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