Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro ends one-day visit to Guyana
Both parties agreed to the UN Good Offices as a measure to settle the controversy over the border between the two sides.
Its is to this end that the leaders have agreed to pursue with the United Nations Secretary General
Girvan was initially appointment in 2010.
The Good Offices Process was adopted to arrive at a peaceful and practical settlement in accordance with the Geneva Agreement in 1966.
The other agreements had to do with the exports of rice and paddy to Venezuela and the supply of petroleum to Guyana under the PetroCaribe arrangement.
The two leaders have also agreed to establish a direct air link between the two countries through Conviasa Airline, which has the capacity to transport seventy (70) passengers twice weekly.
With the aim of consolidating the aviation sector.