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Venezuela and Panama strengthened bilateral relations

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Carlos Faría held a telephone conversation this Friday with his counterpart from the Republic of Panama, Erika Mouynes, to strengthen relations between the two nations.

Through his account on the social network Twitter, @Fariacrt, the Venezuelan diplomat He explained that during the contact they addressed “issues of mutual interest in bilateral relations, in the context of neighboring countries united by deep historical ties.”

Relations between Venezuela and Panama were formalized on July 1, 1945, when the diplomatic missions of the two countries rose to embassies in their capitals.

In recent years, binational relations have been affected by political differences; nevertheless, the Venezuelan government has reiterated its firm will to extend the ties of brotherhood with the nations that are part of Latin America and the Caribbean, through the Bolivarian Diplomacy of Peace.

Likewise, this Friday the foreign minister held a telephone conversation with the Foreign Minister of #South AfricaNaledi Pandor.

“We deal with issues of joint interest, aimed at strengthening the ties of friendship and cooperation between both nations and issues of global geopolitics,” he said on Twitter.

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