Binational work plan with Brazil evaluated

Binational work plan with Brazil evaluated

The Vice Minister for Latin America, Rander Peña Ramírez, held a virtual meeting with the Secretary for Latin America and the Caribbean of the Government of Brazil, Gisela Padovan, in order to review issues of common interest within the framework of the recent restoration of the bilateral relations.

The information was released by Peña Ramírez, through twitter, where he explained that both officials talked specifically about cooperation issues related to the border, cultural, health, energy and commercial economicaccording to the axes of cooperation established between both countries.

He also stressed that “for Venezuela it is extremely important to be able to once again establish the exchange of fluid dialogue spaces” with the Lula government.

The Vice Minister for Multilateral Issues, Rubén Darío Molina, also participated in the telematic meeting; the General Director of Consular Relations, Yoimara Meléndez; the ambassador of Venezuela in Brazil, Manuel Vadell and charge d’Affaires of Brazil in Venezuela, Flavio Macieira, in addition to the work team of both countries.

With this day, Venezuela and Brazil reaffirm their commitment to advance a joint work agenda for the benefit of both peoples, which began on January 1, after the reestablishment of diplomatic relations with the government of President Luiz Inácio Lula. da Silva.

The normalization of these relations opens up new horizons for exports in the binational market, especially in the agricultural and food sectors, and likewise, there is the possibility of increased trade in products with higher added value between the two countries.

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