In statements to the press after a long day of work, Ñáñez stated that the representatives of both countries addressed general issues that aimed at establishing an agenda and specific work projects for this year.
Ñáñez mentioned the twinning of news agencies so that “each country can share, first-hand, the truth of political events and facts,” he said. “We agreed on the need to have this meeting because we also suffer from the communicative hegemonic line, which generally ignores the positive and important things of each of the countries.”
Ñáñez also stated that they agreed “on a strategic vision of the multipolar world, without hegemonies”, where there is an interculturality that marks the dynamics of the nations.
President Maduro held a meeting with Prime Minister Mohammad bin Salmán bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud on Monday as part of his official visit to Saudi Arabia.
The meeting took place in the context of strengthening the strategic cooperation map between the two states.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs Yván Gil told the press that Maduro and Abdulaziz spoke for about two hours about world news, bilateral relations on trade, investment, cooperation in the areas of culture, science and technology.