Venezuela, Suriname ratify their will to broaden bilateral relations
Caracas, Aug 10 (Prensa Latina) Venezuela's and Suriname's governments ratified on Monday their commitment to broaden bilateral relations to new areas of cooperation, including fighting against the Covid-19 pandemic.
On Twitter, Venezuela's Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza reported that he had a conversation with his counterpart from the new Surinamese Executive, Albert Ramdin, during which the sides stressed the importance of advancing in the regional integration processes.
'This morning I spoke with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the new government of Suriname, Albert Ramdin. We agreed to broaden our bilateral relations to new sectors, support each other in the face of Covid-19, strengthen regional integration and meet after containing the pandemic,' Arreaza tweeted.
Through a joint statement signed in 2019, the authorities of Caracas and Paramaribo reaffirmed their commitment to strengthen and expand cooperation ties, based on respect and mutual benefit for both nations, the Venezuelan Foreign Ministry reported in a press release.
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