Venezuelan president meets with Vietnamese delegation | News
The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, held a working meeting this Saturday with a partisan and government delegation from Vietnam visiting Caracas.
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During the meeting, cooperation agreements on political, economic and technological matters were signed, which will help consolidate the ties of brotherhood and diplomatic relations and the links of cooperation between both countries.
The Vietnamese delegation was led by the chairman of the Internal Affairs Commission of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), Phan Dinh Trac, who was accompanied by the first secretary of the Provincial Committee in Hau Giang, Nghicni Xuan Thanh; the first secretary of the Provincial Committee in Lao Caí, Dang Xuan Phong; the vice minister and vice president of the Foreign Relations Commission of the Central Committee of the PCV, Ngo Le Van, and the Vietnamese ambassador in Caracas, Vu Trung My.
This Friday, the Vietnamese delegation met with the first vice president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Diosdado Cabello.
On that occasion they addressed vital issues to unify criteria of struggle between the PSUV and the PCV. Both nations work to achieve a multipolar world, with equality and a map of cooperation with mutual benefits.
Between February 6 and 9, another PCV delegation - headed by the deputy editor-in-chief of that political group's magazine, Vu Trong Lam - visited Venezuela to strengthen political relations between the two countries.
Trade exchange between Vietnam and Venezuela has tripled in the last three years, increasing from 20 million dollars in 2020 to 70 million dollars currently.
Both countries maintain agreements in the fields of oil, technology, housing construction and other strategic sectors. Likewise, they share common values of progress, humanity, development and prosperity. Likewise, they advance in the construction of a relationship of mutual cooperation for the development and well-being of their people.
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