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Maduro: “Venezuela and Iran are at the forefront of the new world order”

Maduro: "Venezuela and Iran are at the forefront of the new world order"

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, received his Iranian counterpart Ebrahim Raisi at the Miraflores Palace, who made his first visit to our country on his Latin American tour that will also take him to Nicaragua and Cuba.

The head of state described this visit as a “new milestone in a relationship that is built from solidarity, from the brotherhood and cooperation of two peoples, two revolutions and two countries that were born to be brothers.”

As a result of this meeting, 25 cooperation agreements were signed and new agreements are being negotiated for future investments in oil, petrochemicals, refining, gas extraction, mining and the joint construction of a shipping company, with which both nations will increase their trade commercial.

The national president said that the goal is to raise trade between the two countries from 3 billion to 10 billion dollars. For this, investments will be made in the areas of agriculture, commerce, recovery and foundation of industries, among which is VenIrán auto, for the national and international market.

Among other bilateral agreements, “a powerful mining alliance” was made, it is intended to expand Caracas-Tehran flights, scientific and technological parks will be inaugurated with Iranian support in all the states of Venezuela and agreements on culture and exchange were promoted.

An Enemy-Proof Brotherhood

Together with the Iranian president, Maduro stressed that both nations have “ratified that brotherhood throughout these years.” He recalled that it was with the strategic vision of Commander Hugo Chávez that he took the first steps to open a new horizon in Iran-Venezuela relations.

He said that with this vision, the role of Iran and Venezuela was interpreted for the construction of a new world. “Iran is one of the scientific, technological powers of the emerging world, based on its own efforts,” she said.

He pointed out that “Venezuela, modestly, but firmly, stands against criminal actions, criminal sanctions. Here we are reaching out to Iran.”

“Today we are more optimistic than ever that we are on the right path. The new world will be born from the leadership of our peoples,” said Maduro.

Trump’s crime against humanity

During the balance of the visit of the president of Iran, Ebrahim Raisi, his Venezuelan counterpart Nicolás Maduro made reference to the common enemy that both countries have, which is US imperialism.

He described the recent statements by the former president of the United States, Donald Trump, as a confession of a crime against humanity against the Venezuelan people. “Two days ago Donald Trump declared his crime against humanity against the people of Venezuela,” he said.

The former US president said in a pre-electoral campaign speech that he had Venezuela on the brink of collapse with the sanctions he applied to it during his government, which would allow him to place a government that would allow him to “appropriate Venezuelan oil.”

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