Venezuela and Brazil reinforce their alliance with the signing of agreements

After a broad agenda of work among the presidents of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduroand from Brazil, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silvathe signing of strategic agreements for the development of both nations was completed on Tuesday.

From the Itamaraty Palace, the Memorandum of Understanding on agri-food matters was signed on Tuesday, motivated by the political will to explore opportunities and deepen exchanges in the areas of agriculture, livestock, sovereignty and food and nutritional security.

This alliance will promote the development and implementation of technical cooperation through the joint cup of programs, projects, and activities in the areas of agriculture at all scales, livestock, and food sovereignty and security.

Likewise, convinced of the importance of promoting South-South technical cooperation based on the exchange of knowledge and experiences to face similar challenges of socioeconomic development, the Memorandum of Understanding for the Establishment of the Supervision and Follow-up Mechanism of the Brazil Bilateral Cooperation Program was signed. -Venezuela.

This alliance It is carried out with the purpose of creating the Supervision and Follow-up Mechanism of the Brazil-Venezuela Bilateral Cooperation, hereinafter called the “Supervision and Follow-up Mechanism.

In this sense, Caracas and Brasilia reaffirm the cooperation and the intention to deepen the economic and commercial exchange, which reached 6 billion dollars in 2013.

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