This Saturday, the Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Amor Mottley, arrived in the country on an official visit to strengthen bilateral relations and cooperation with the national government.
The Prime Minister was received by Foreign Minister Yván Gil at the Simón Bolívar International Airport, and then went to the National Pantheon where a floral offering was made to the Liberator Simón Bolívar.
In the next few hours, he will hold a productive work agenda with government authorities on energy, agriculture and air transport, among other areas of cooperation.
Support to Venezuela
Barbados and Venezuela have maintained diplomatic relations dating back 54 years, which have been strengthened since the arrival of the Revolution, thanks to Commander Hugo Chávez. Likewise, these ties have been expanding during the government of President Nicolás Maduro with the Bolivarian Peace Diplomacy.
The Caribbean nation has been one of Venezuela’s companions in its fight for the elimination of the illegal coercive measures imposed unilaterally by the United States against the country.
Venezuela has strengthened ties with the Caribbean region, through PetroCaribe and the Caribbean Community, Caricom.
It should be remembered that the Caribbean week was recently celebrated in the country, regarding the 50th anniversary of Caricom.
Earlier this Saturday, the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, highlighted through his Twitter account the ties of union and brotherhood between Venezuela and the Caribbean countries, as well as the willingness to consolidate a united bloc for the common good. of the towns
On May 26, the Executive Vice President of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez together with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Iván Gil, visited the country where they held a meeting with the Prime Minister and reviewed the bilateral agenda to deepen relations in energy, agricultural and aeronautics.