In his Twitter account, he reported, the exchange allowed to discuss topics of the bilateral agenda and regional issues.
“Great satisfaction to return to the homeland of the independence hero Simon Bolivar and leader Hugo Chavez,” wrote the head of diplomacy.
Also in a tweet Maduro pointed out that his country is filled with joy to receive the Cuban brothers and thanked the foreign minister for his visit.
” We have a deep friendship with the Cuban people that we will continue to consolidate,” the president added.
Last Wednesday Rodriguez reaffirmed to Venezuelan Vice President of Communication, Culture and Tourism, Freddy Ñañez, the ties of brotherhood, solidarity and bilateral cooperation.
On October 30, 2000, revolutionary leaders Fidel Castro (1926-2016) and Hugo Chavez (1954-2013) signed the Venezuela-Cuba Integral Cooperation Agreement, an expression of the will of both nations to develop ties in favor of the welfare of their peoples.
By virtue of these agreements, the governments of Havana and Caracas complement their capacities in the areas of food, education, health, science and technology, in the face of the impact of the United States’ aggressions and unilateral coercive measures. pgh/abo/mem/cgc