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The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, announced this Wednesday in Ankara that his country had signed three “very important” agreements with Türkiye, after having held a high-level meeting with his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. in sequence:

President of Türkiye receives with honors his colleague from Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro

At a press conference from Ankara, where he is visiting, and together with his Turkish counterpart, Maduro explained that the agreements reached were in the areas of tourism, agriculture and financial-monetary matters.

The Venezuelan president recalled that these are added to another 54 agreements that both nations have already signed within their “broad map of cooperation”, which are under development.

“Our cooperation with Türkiye is a cooperation of peace, a cooperation of friendship, but also a cooperation in coordination. Things are improving, we are getting good results. Against this background, a new world is born. No one stops him,” she maintained.

“There will be no more hegemonies. There will be no more hegemonies. We will leave them behind. Here again, the promise of international rights, diplomacy and humanity to live in peace will be valid,” he said.

Maduro stated: “Venezuela is now beginning to recover. The whole body of our country has been subjected to torture. We are a modest country, but we have an important characteristic. We are in first place (in the world) in oil,” he added.

The presidents of Venezuela and Türkiye, Nicolás Maduro and Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, respectively, led a high-level meeting, from the Presidential Complex of the Eurasian nation, in the context of a broad cooperation agenda that is reaffirmed with this meeting.

— Presidential Press (@PresidentialVen)
June 8, 2022

The Bolivarian leader, who is completing his fourth state tour in this country, said that “Türkiye has a very important potential. It is a great potential for a reborn world. A world that we call a multipolar world. Call it a polycentric world.”

“We want peace for the world, the establishment of international law. This world must be a world of coordination and cooperation. A world of coexistence. Once again, it must be a world of dialogue between civilizations, religions and cultures,” he said. .

“In this sense, Türkiye is an example for us. We look at the world geopolitically. When you look at it, Turkey plays a very important role,” he said.

What an honor to attend the Mausoleum of the Father of Turkish Independence Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, and connect with his heroic legacy. With great respect, we pay tribute to him in these solemn spaces in which we ratify our admiration for the history of the people of Turkey.

– Nicolas Maduro (@NicolasMaduro)
June 8, 2022

Expressing his pleasure to receive Venezuelan President Maduro and his delegation in Ankara, Erdoğan said that Venezuela is one of Turkey’s most important partners in the Latin American and Caribbean region.

“In the person of my dear friend, we can never forget the strong solidarity that the Venezuelan people showed with our nation on July 15,” he detailed.

Recalling that Venezuela was one of the first countries to support his government after the treacherous coup attempt on July 15, Erdoğan noted that they also supported the Venezuelan people in their most difficult and turbulent moments.

President Erdoğan commented: “We show the whole world that the friendship between Türkiye and Venezuela is a true ‘black day’ friendship, a manifestation of such a friendship.”

Noting that Maduro’s strong and courageous leadership played an important role in overcoming the multifaceted siege that Venezuela was exposed to, Erdoğan said: “My dear friend, just like Simón Bolívar and Hugo Chávez, he has written his name in the struggle of the country for independence. with gold letters”.

“Maduro’s position on the Palestinian issue. It is also admirable. On this occasion, I congratulate him once again,” he added.

Maduro held an important High-Level Bilateral Meeting together with his Turkish counterpart from the Presidential Complex located in the city of Ankara.

Accompanied by both delegations, they review the map of solid and robust cooperation that has been developing over the years.

In the joint declaration signed on April 30, they established eight important work instruments, in areas of interest related to science, technology, transportation, agriculture and land, as well as tourism.

Disclaimer: Via Telesur – Translated by RJ983

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