Venezuela and Brazil are holding an extended meeting on Monday to relaunch the cooperation map between the two nations and achieve complementarity for the development of the peoples.
The meeting is held at the Planalto Government Palace and is headed by the presidents of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, and of Brazil, Luis Inácio Lula da Silva, who in the company of their members of ministerial cabinets are executing the meeting that seeks to strengthen the agreements strategic.
For Venezuela, present together with the national President: the Minister for Petroleum and President of Petróleos de Venezuela, Rafael Tellechea, the Minister for Information and Communication, Freddy Ñáñez; the Minister for Ecosocialism, Josué Lorca; the Minister for Science and Technology, Gabriela Jiménez; the Vice President of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez; Vice Minister Rander Peña, the Chancellor of the Republic, Yván Gil; and the Venezuelan ambassador to Brazil, Manuel Vicente Vadell Aquino.
Venezuela and Brazil seek complementarity in these meetings for the development and well-being of the peoples.
Meeting in Planalto
Previously, both leaders met at the Palace of planaltoin Brasilia, to meet again and consolidate the restoration of relations between both nations.
President Maduro was received with honors at the Planalto Palace in the city of Brasilia, Brazil, where he meets his Brazilian counterpart and his wife.
The greeting between the two leaders of Venezuela and Brazil was with a great handshake and marks the beginning of the reestablishment of bilateral relations between the two countries.
Construction of the new world together
This Monday the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, prior to the meeting that he will hold with the president of Brazil, stressed that Venezuela continues on the path of building a world of union.
“Venezuela’s commitment to building a world of union, respect and complementarity is irreversible. We assume the vanguard, with relations that guarantee the development of the towns. Happy start to the week!”, published the Head of State on Twitter.
Arrival in Brazil
After his arrival in Brazil, the President thanked the reception in Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, and noted that he will develop an important diplomatic agenda.
“I appreciate the warm welcome with which we were received in Brasilia, capital of the Federative Republic of Brazil. In the next few hours we will be developing a diplomatic agenda that reinforces the necessary union of the peoples of our continent. Stay tuned! ”, He said on the social network.
President Maduro arrived in Brazil this Sunday accompanied by the first combatant, Cilia Flores, and her entourage.
The Secretary for Latin America and the Caribbean of the Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Gisela Padovan, and the Ambassador of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Brazil, Manuel Vadell, received the President along with his entourage.
The Head of State is expected to develop an intense work agenda to update and strengthen the cooperation map between the two countries.