Radio Havana Cuba | Vice Prime Minister of Vietnam received in the Parliament of Venezuela

Radio Havana Cuba | Vice Prime Minister of Vietnam received in the Parliament of Venezuela
Radio Havana Cuba | Vice Prime Minister of Vietnam received in the Parliament of Venezuela

Photo: Venezuela-Vision News

Caracas, April 19 (RHC) The Board of Directors of the National Assembly -parliament- held a meeting this Thursday in Caracas with the Vice Prime Minister of Vietnam, Tran Luu Quang, who is on an official visit to Venezuela.

At the Federal Legislative Palace, the delegation of the Asian nation was received by the president of Parliament Jorge Rodríguez, the first vice president Pedro Infante and the second vice president América Pérez, indicated a press release.

On the Vietnamese side, the Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ha Kim Ngnoc, attended; the member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party and Minister of Construction, Nguyne Thanh Nghi, and the ambassador of Hanoi in Caracas, Vu Trung My.

This meeting is part of the agenda of the Asian country’s delegation in Venezuela, which includes meetings with representatives of the Government and other authorities with a view to strengthening ties of brotherhood and solidarity.

In addition to promoting commercial, agricultural and cultural cooperation between both nations, according to the source.

President Nicolás Maduro received Tran yesterday and then witnessed, together with the Venezuelan Minister for Petroleum, Rafael Tellechea, the signing of five cooperation agreements in strategic sectors.

The memorandum of understanding dealt with the constitution of a joint company for the production and marketing of glass; agricultural development for the period 2024-2030; alliance in oil and gas; petrochemicals and telecommunications.

Tellechea expressed his commitment to not just five agreements, but to continue moving forward to achieve the highest level of cooperation between the two countries in the areas of oil, gas and industrial petrochemicals.

The Vietnamese vice prime minister described today’s event (yesterday) as a very emotional, exclusive and unique event and reaffirmed that the five agreements “will take us to a new level of development.”

Maduro, for his part, expressed that the five signed working documents are a commitment to comprehensive advancement of cooperation and the new independence of the oil industry.

Tran arrived on Wednesday on an official visit accompanied by a large delegation and laid a wreath with Foreign Minister Yván Gil on the sarcophagus that houses the remains of El Libertador Simón Bolívar. (Fountain: Prensa Latina).

 
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