The president of Colombia, Gustavo Petro, will travel this Saturday to Venezuela, in order to strengthen relations between the two nations; reported the ambassador of the New Granada nation in Caracas, Armando Benedetti.
Through his account on the social network Twitter, he recalled that this will be the second visit that Petro has made to the country since he took power in Colombia.
“Today will be the second visit that the president makes @petrogustavo to Caracas after relations between Colombia and Venezuela were restored. I will be accompanying him, with the conviction of continuing to work for a common agenda between two sister nations,” Benedetti wrote on the social network.
The first meeting between both leaders It was held in November of last year, where they agreed to strengthen relations and cooperation agreements in agro-industrial, agricultural, agricultural and petrochemical matters.