May 23, 2022

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Venezuela seeks to strengthen "strategic alliance" with Iran

Venezuela seeks to strengthen “strategic alliance” with Iran

(EFE) – Venezuela’s Foreign Minister, Felix Plasencia, stressed on Wednesday that it is important for the country to strengthen the “strategic alliance” of cooperation it has with Iran in the areas of air transport, trade, food, technology and nutrition. .

“Caracas and Tehran have a tremendous future in building jobs,” the foreign minister said in a press statement that Placencia had a phone conversation with his Iranian counterpart, Hossein Amir Abdollahian.

Venezuela reiterated its commitment to creating a “successful path” for bilateral trade.

Likewise, the Iranian Foreign Minister suggested sending a delegation from his government to Venezuela with the intent of managing “a roadmap between the two parties for bilateral cooperation in the next four years, the possible agreements of which can be signed later in Iran.”

The Iranian foreign minister suggested sending a delegation from his government to Venezuela with the aim of managing a “road map between the two parties for bilateral cooperation in the next four years.”

Plasencia added that a common agenda can be coordinated on the basis of the multilateral meetings that will be held at the United Nations General Assembly in New York and the meeting of foreign ministers of the Non-Aligned Movement (MNOAL) in Belgrade.

Iran is one of the main allies of the government of Nicolas Maduro and its relations were further strengthened in 2020, when the acute shortage of gasoline in Venezuela led the executive branch of the Caribbean nation to turn to the Persian nation to purchase fuel.

On June 23, Maduro had a telephone conversation with Iran’s elected president, hardline conservative cleric and chief justice, Ibrahim Raisi, in which he confirmed that they had agreed to strengthen relations between the two countries.

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Maduro wrote in his account: “I had a phone conversation with Seyed Ibrahim Raisi, the elected president of the Islamic Republic of Iran. We agreed to strengthen the ties of brotherhood and cooperation between us to advance the common fight against imperialist aggression against our peoples.” from Twitter.

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