At a meeting with the press, Zakharova pointed out that both officials will analyze the situation in Venezuela and a varied number of topics regarding joint cooperation, including the fight against Covid-19.
The talks will include current issues from the international and regional agenda, as well as mutual relations in the context of the United Nations and other international platforms and agencies.
Venezuela and Russia strengthened their ties in Caracas on March 30, when they signed agreements on financial, energy, market, military, food and health and other matters, during Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borísov’s visit.
¨I think this meeting has been one of the best, the best meeting of the high-level Russia-Venezuela commission¨, President Nicolás Maduro said, after meeting with Borisov in the Miraflores Palace.
Russia has been Venezuela’s main supplier of vaccines against the Sars-Cov-2 coronavirus.
On June 12, Caracas received the eighth shipment of Sputnik V vaccines to strengthen the immunization mass plan, the Venezuelan Health Ministry pointed out.
Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodriguez said on June 4 that Venezuela will also get doses of the Russian-made EpiVacCorona vaccine, and it will produce it in the country due to an agreement with the company Geropharm.