Venezuela and Nicaragua strengthen bilateral cooperation | News
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Félix Plasencia arrived in Nicaragua this Friday on an official visit to strengthen bilateral cooperation ties.
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Through his account on the social network Twitter, the Minister for Foreign Affairs explained that, following instructions from President Nicolás Maduro, the purpose of his trip is to “strengthen the links of integration and cooperation between our peoples and governments.”
The teleSUR correspondent, Kenia Doña, reported that the Venezuelan delegation held a meeting with a representative from Nicaragua, headed by Foreign Minister Denis Moncada, to prepare the next meeting of the Joint Commission between the two countries.
The delegation of Venezuela and the representation of Nicaragua spoke about documents and agreements in the fields of Agriculture, Energy Industry, Food, including Financial Integration that will be discussed at the mixed meeting in May in Managua. pic.twitter.com/rPCSP7SDtp
– Kenya Doña (@KeniateleSur)
April 22, 2022
During the meeting, issues were discussed on agreements in sectors such as agriculture, the energy industry, food, and financial integration, said Doña.
For its part, the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Venezuela published a note in which they recalled that, recently, President Maduro announced the realization of this visit so that delegations from both countries evaluate the “strengthening of strategic cooperation in areas of production of food, trade and health.
According to the Venezuelan Foreign Ministry, “it is planned to address issues related to energy and scientific alliances, as well as multilateralism and the possibility of triangulating common projects with Russia, China, Turkey and India.”