Venezuela and ECLAC review science agenda to motorize production

The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (Cepal) evaluate the strategic lines of Science, Technology and Innovation, given the challenges that arise to strengthen the national productive sector.

The information was released by the Minister for Science and Technology, Gabriela Jiménez, who through her account on the social network Twitter reported on the meeting she had with the head of ECLAC’s Productive and Business Development Division, Marco Llinás , to look at strengthen relations of exchange and development.

“In the company of Dr. Marcos Llinás from ECLAC’s Directorate of Productive Development, we talked about the strategic lines of Science, Technology and Innovation; facing the challenges of strengthening the national productive sector. The Science agenda to motorize production processes”, published the Minister on Twitter.

Jiménez stressed that the meeting is part of the science agenda whose purpose is to motorize the country’s productive processes.

63 research proposals

It is important to highlight that this meeting with ECLAC is framed within the agenda that Venezuela has been fulfilling in the field of science and technology regarding the meeting between ministers, ministers and high authorities with competence in the matter of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac ), held in Caracas, in which 63 proposals innovation research and development.

“With more than 63 proposals for research, development and innovation, we think of Science from Latin America and the Caribbean for the well-being of our peoples”, said the Minister.

in seven Work tables the delegations they debated about sustainable food; scientific and technological study of communicable and non-communicable diseases; promotion of space activities; mitigation and adaptation of the Climate Crisis; digital transformation and artificial intelligence, science, technology and innovation for social inclusion and the exchange of knowledge and ancestral knowledge, reported a press release from the Ministry of Science and Technology.

“Science must serve for peace, science must serve to build brotherhood, it must serve and respond to the necessary integrity of the meeting of the Latin American and Caribbean countries,” stressed Minister Gabriela Jiménez.

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