African countries express their strong support to Venezuela and the economic plan
The Foreign Minister of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, received on Wednesday the visit of eight African diplomatic representatives who have expressed the willingness of their governments to coordinate efforts with the South American country, in the field of the Economic Recovery, Growth and Prosperity Program, which entered into force on August 20th.
From the headquarters of the People’s Power Ministry for Foreign Relations, in Caracas, the Venezuelan diplomat talked to Ambassadors from Algeria, Benmoussat Ghaouti; Equatorial Guinea, Carmelo Misha; Sudan, Eltayebb Abdulgassim; Nigeria, Martin Cobham; and South Africa, Joseph Nkosi; as well as the Chargés d’Affaires of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic. Hadi Larousse; and from Egypt, Mohammed El Baz. The Consular officer from Angola, Patricio Horacio, was also present.
The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, under the leadership of Commander Hugo Chavez and recently President Nicolas Maduro, has actively advocated South-South cooperation bonds with Africa.
In this context, the Foreign Minister Arreaza has conducted a series of official visits to the African continent with the aim of deepening bilateral and multilateral bonds. The diplomat’s last visit to the region took him to Mozambique, South Africa and Ghana.