Venezuela and Barbados signed air, agricultural and bilingual education agreements

Venezuela and Barbados signed air, agricultural and bilingual education agreements

President Nicolás Maduro said that another of the agreements is the opportunity for Barbadian students to study Medicine in Venezuela. He assured that in the month of September there will already be direct flights between Venezuela and Barbados


President Nicolás Maduro met this Saturday, July 8, at the Miraflores Palace with the Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley, where they signed strategic cooperation agreements in air, agri-food and bilingual education services.

The air services agreement seeks to regulate the passenger and cargo transport service between the two countries and the agri-food agreement seeks to promote the development and implementation of scientific, technical and productive cooperation.

The agreement on air matters was signed by the Minister of Transportation, Ramón Velásquez, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Barbados, Kerrie Symmonds.

“Soon we will have the opportunity to have a direct flight between Venezuela and Barbados, soon we will have the opportunity of tourism, of sharing, of connecting Venezuela and Barbados again. We have signed an agreement that allows it. We have the promise that in September we are already flying to Barbados and you have to comply with it.”

The agreement on Agri-Food Sovereignty is to promote the development and implementation of scientific, technical and productive cooperation, through the joint execution of programs, projects and activities between the parties. This agreement was signed by the Minister for Agriculture and Land, Wilmar Castro Soteldo, and by Minister Kerrie Symmonds.

Maduro said that the agreement on agriculture “is important to join efforts in production techniques and complementarity of products, seeds, fertilizers and advance the security and food sovereignty of the people of Venezuela, Barbados and the Caribbean.”

On the other hand, the Venezuelan president said that both countries made progress in agreements for bilingual education. “Those in Barbados who want to learn Spanish and those in Venezuela who want to learn English, we are going to establish a special bilingual plan to advance the education of hundreds of citizens who have access to the language and gradually erase the language barrier between our countries.”

Another of the agreements that Nicolás Maduro mentioned is the opportunity for Barbadian students to study Medicine in Venezuela.

He also said he was sure that they would soon see “a greening of Petrocaribe and all the work for strategic stability and security in the Caribbean region, energy sovereignty, adding other petrochemical and gas options to guarantee a powerful and strong region.” ».

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