Maduro receives the new Egyptian ambassador and Rodríguez Zapatero

Maduro receives the new Egyptian ambassador and Rodríguez Zapatero

The President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, received on Monday the credentials of Kareem Essam El Din Amin, appointed as the new Egyptian ambassador to the country.

The ambassador was received at the Miraflores Palace by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Carlos Faría, and the Deputy Minister for Africa, Yuri Pimentel.

The meeting was held in the Salón Sol de Perú, in Miraflores.

The Egyptian ambassador to Venezuela arrived in the country on September 18.

Venezuela and Egypt have different cooperation agreements, for the benefit of both nations, in areas such as education, culture, technology, energy and tourism.

Kareem Essam El-Din Amin has served as Minister Plenipotentiary, Deputy Secretary General of the Egyptian Development Partnership Agency of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 2020 to date. He was also Deputy Head of the Egyptian Mission to Sudan, Consul, at the Consulate General in Melbourne, and Diplomatic Attaché, for South Asian Affairs and Cultural Cooperation.

November 15 marks the 72nd anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Venezuela and Egypt, ties that have historically been marked by friendship, cooperation, solidarity and mutual respect, and which constituted an important precedent in the relationship between our country with Africa, as Egypt is the second nation of this continent with which it signed ties, after Ethiopia, highlights a press release from the Ministry for Information portal.

Rodriguez Zapatero in Caracas

Later, the President of the Republic also received former Spanish President Rodríguez Zapatero at the Miraflores Palace, who is in the country to participate in a forum held in Nueva Esparta.

The Executive Vice President, Delcy Rodríguez, the President of the National Assembly, Jorge Rodríguez, and the First Combatant, Cilia Flores, participated in the meeting together with President Maduro.

The former Spanish president has played a leading role in the dialogue processes between the Venezuelan opposition and the Bolivarian Government and has reiterated that the only way to solve any type of problem is dialogue.

Since 2015, he has closely followed the dialogue processes of the different sectors in Venezuela and has been an important mediator.

He was also present in the elections on November 21 as an international observer where he insisted that “democracy is a continuous dialogue where peace, respect and understanding must prevail.”

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