The declaration also highlights cooperation in trade, information and communication technologies, infrastructure and industry.
The heads of state celebrated the official inauguration of the embassy of the Dominican Republic in Guyana and the accreditation of a resident ambassador, according to a dispatch published on the website of the Presidency.
Three bilateral agreements were signed on political consultation, air services and energy cooperation during the visit of the Dominican dignitary, which began at noon on Thursday.
Both rulers encouraged greater assistance and association between companies from Guyana and the Dominican Republic, including increased investment by companies from both sides and expressed their interest in the early start of commercial flights by the airline Skycana, which will allow the flow of tourism and facilitate travel to and from Guyana.
The presidents also pledged to work jointly on issues of concern to small developing islands, including food and energy security, and the impact of climate change.
As essential pillars for the maintenance of peace and security in the region, they reiterated the rule of law, the protection of sovereignty and territorial integrity, the promotion of human rights and sustainable development.