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Venezuela, Iran consolidate strategic and geopolitical alliance

Venezuela, Iran consolidate strategic and geopolitical alliance

Caracas, Jul 14 (Prensa Latina) Venezuela's Vice President for Planning, Ricardo Menendez, said that his country's relationship with Iran has a strategic and geopolitical nature and is consolidated, according to an official press release.
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According to reports on Wednesday, a detailed review of different bilateral issues regarding cooperation was carried out during the Balance Meeting of the Working Day of the Technical Secretariat of the Iran-Venezuela Joint Commission, held on Tuesday.

According to the report, Menendez highlighted that some of the most important agreements reviewed during the meeting were those related to the health area, which have allowed them to face the Covid-19 pandemic.

They addressed other energy and electricity issues, in which, he said, we are working with great strength and conviction for the sovereignty of each of our nations.

The vice president also informed that these meetings included the economic-financial issue and the proposals for the next bilateral business meetings in order to develop the economies.

For his part, Deputy Minister of Defense for International Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran and co-chairman of the Joint Commission, Mohammad Ahadi, stressed that the leaders and dignitaries from both countries have a strong willingness to maintain continuous and constant cooperation.

Ahadi said that despite the distance, the hearts of the two peoples are very close and that helps to advance their relations and joint cooperations.

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