The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolas Madurodescribed as successful the tour that took him through Turkiye and Saudi Arabia, countries with which he signed different cooperation agreements to boost the country’s economy.
“We were in Brazil, then in Turkiye and Saudi Arabia, three of the most important countries in what the emerging world means,” reflected the head of state. He added that “there is a new world and there in that world are these three countries that have expressed their willingness to support Venezuela in everything for the investments that our country needs.”
Maduro assured that with his strategic visit, Venezuela is “weaving strategic alliances with emerging countries, with the new world powers so that Venezuela shines in the world, so that Venezuela grows in investment, so that Venezuela grows in its real economy.”
Maduro attended the inauguration, for a third term, of his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, with whom he held a brief meeting. There, together with his ministerial team, he signed cooperation agreements on energy and tourism.
“From Venezuela, we will always bet on working together and building a better humanity,” said the national president.
Then he went to Saudi Arabia for a working meeting with the crown prince of that Arab country, Mohamed Bin Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, who discussed joint investments in areas such as oil, gas, petrochemicals, science and technology, among other sectors.