Venezuela and Brazil will reactivate border security cooperation

The President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, reported this Wednesday that Brazil and Venezuela agreed on the need to reactivate cooperation on border security “to combat cross-border crime against drug trafficking and against all factors of crime.”

“Border cooperation returns so that the border between Venezuela and Brazil is a border of peace, prosperity and tranquility,” Maduro announced in the framework of his official visit to the Federative Republic of Brazil.

Maduro reported that in the next few days the sector vice president for Political Security, Sovereignty and Peace and Minister for Defense, G/J Vladimir Padrino López, will travel to Brazil to establish border cooperation plans at the highest level of communication.

From the Presidential Command Post, in Miraflores, the head of state described as fruitful his official visit to the Federative Republic of Brazil, which took place on the 29th and 30th of this month.

In this sense, he explained that he reviewed with his counterpart Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva the historical bilateral relations, as well as the new cooperation map that is outlined for joint development.

The national President also explained that both Presidents addressed the development of agribusiness. “From the transfer of technology and the arrival of investors for food production and the recovery of industries,” he added.

In relation to energy cooperation, he specified that the need to forge an alliance that guarantees investments in oil, petrochemicals and gas was discussed.

Similarly, he reported that together with Lula, a work route was drawn up for the recovery and defense of the Amazon.

On the other hand, the Dignitary highlighted that the Meeting of Presidents of the South American countries favored the “good debate, rich in proposals” in favor of regional unity.

“It has been a certain step in the right direction to reunite and rediscover South America, so that we can build a path where we put priority issues at the center of the common agenda of the 12 South American countries,” he stressed.

In this regard, President Maduro stressed that the Brasilia Consensus “is the best starting point to follow the paths of the necessary, independent and sovereign integration of our South America.”

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