Within the framework of the VII Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac), the foreign minister of the republic, Yván Gil, met with the prime minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Ralph Gonsalves , in order to review “the progress of current bilateral cooperation” and reaffirm the commitment between these two nations.
Likewise, Gil took the opportunity to congratulate that island country for assuming the presidency of Celac in this year 2023. Likewise, he communicated through twitter, that he also held a meeting with his counterpart from the Republic of Honduras, Enrique Reina, with whom “addressed different issues of interest to continue strengthening the strategic cooperation” that unites the two countries.
The Venezuelan official also indicated that he held a meeting with the Brazilian Foreign Minister, Mauro Viera, in order to review the road map to start cooperation between the two countries.
“We talked about the work plan to start the cooperation route between our countries. Good times have begun!”, said the foreign minister, from Buenos Aires, through the aforementioned social network.
Earlier, in one of his messages, he stressed that Venezuela is present at the meeting “to make our voice alive and consolidate the integrationist efforts of the Latin American and Caribbean union as its founders dreamed of!”
The Celac Summit was held under the pro tempore presidency of Argentina, with the attendance of delegations from 33 countries. The next broadcast will be made under the pro tempore presidency of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.