Cuba and Venezuela to strengthen 2023 work agenda

Caracas, Dec 22 (Prensa Latina) Cuban and Venezuelan governments on Thursday debated on strengthening work agenda for coming 2023, an official source informed.

Carlos Faría, People’s Power for Foreign Affairs Minister, posted on Twitter he had the honor of meeting with the Cuban ambassador in Caracas Dagoberto Rodríguez.

Cuba-Venezuela brotherhood is too dynamic and productive, marked by internationalist solidarity, Faría asserted.

“Friendship and continuous action!” he stressed.

Relations between the two nations are subsisted by the Comprehensive Cooperation Agreement signed by Commanders Hugo Chávez and Fidel Castro.

As part of solid friendship and cooperation relations between the two countries, Venezuela sent donations to Cuba to recover from damages caused by Hurricane Ian past September 26.

The Venezuelan government also responded immediately to aid Cuba after the tragic incidents at the Matanzas supertanker base.


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