Guatemala Opens Embassy in India

Guatemala is seeking to consolidate its presence in Asia in order to explore new business, investment and cooperation opportunities.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

From the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Guatemala:

The interest of the Republic of Guatemala in consolidating and improving the bilateral relationship with the Republic of India, beginning from the month of May 1972 has been realized with the opening of the Embassy of Guatemala in New Delhi, being officially established on 4 April of this year. The Republic of India set up its resident Embassy in Guatemala in 2011.

The primary objective is to build the country's presence in Asia in order to explore new business, investment and cooperation opportunities, taking into consideration that the Republic of India has in recent years become one of the most economically developed countries at a world level, a fact which can not be overlooked in Guatemalan foreign policy.

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