According to the research and analysis group, the objectives of the president’s trip to several countries in Eurasia, the Middle East and North Africa included agreements and exchanges in the political, diplomatic, economic and strategic fields, with great impact on Venezuela’s bilateral relations.
As part of his agenda, the Venezuelan head of State held high-level meetings with the highest authorities of Turkey, Algeria, Iran, Kuwait, Qatar and Azerbaijan, in a global context marked by the economic, financial and commercial war of the United States and the European Union against Russia.
With the presidential tour, Venezuela consolidated its position as a country inserted in the emerging multipolar dynamics that is developing in Eurasia and part of Southwest Asia, the specialized publication stated.
It also highlighted Executive Vice-President Delcy Rodriguez’ attendance to the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, in order to strengthen the bilateral agreements with Russia.
Nicolas Maduro’s trip served to sign agreements that could give the necessary impulse to the sectors where Venezuela has gaps in financing and productive capacity.