Venezuela and Italy work on a common agenda to increase cooperation

Venezuela and Italy work on a common agenda to increase cooperation

Venezuela and Italy advance in the common work schedule with the firm purpose of strengthening the strategic relations of cooperation between both nations to contribute to the development and progress of the peoples.

The information was released by the Foreign Minister of the Republic, Yván Gil, through his account on the social network Twitter, in which he specified that this Tuesday he held a meeting with the Chargé d’Affaires of the Italian Republic in Venezuela, Plácido Vigo , with whom he reviewed the agenda established between both countries.

The meeting between the two officials from Venezuela and Italy takes place under the “bridges of cooperation through Peace Diplomacy.”

“Pleasant meeting with the Chargé d’Affaires of the Italian Republic in Venezuela, Plácido Vigo, to continue advancing the common work agenda and strengthen relations between Rome and Caracas. We continue to build bridges of cooperation through Peace Diplomacy,” Foreign Minister Gil said on Twitter.

For Foreign Minister Gil, these types of meetings seek to follow up and advance “in the common work agenda and strengthen relations between Rome and Caracas.”

The national Government maintains the Diplomacy of Peace that seeks to build bridges and strengthen relations with countries of the world, with the aim of exchanging visions and actions that allow the benefit of the peoples and try to progress despite the unilateral coercive measures imposed by States. United to sovereign countries like Venezuela.

Venezuela–Italy relations

Relations between Venezuela and Italy began on March 17, 1856, with the institution in Naples of a Venezuelan Consulate; However, it was not until the arrival of Commander Hugo Chávez in 1999 that the relationship was strengthened with the signing of the Framework Agreement for Economic, Industrial, Infrastructure and Development Cooperation, in 2001, indicates a press release from the Chancellery.

So far, both countries have signed several cooperation agreements in areas such as science and technology, as well as an agreement on the promotion and protection of investments and an agreement to avoid double taxation and tax evasion.

It should be noted that last April of this 2023, the Chancellor of the Republic, Yván Gil, and the Chargé d’Affaires of Italy in Venezuela, Plácido Vigo, held a meeting, as part of the Peace Diplomacy, to share visions on the global panorama and review the common work agenda to advance in the coordination of actions.



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