Venezuela strengthens bilateral relations with Indonesia
The viceminister for Asia, Middle East and Oceania of the Ministry of People’s Power for Foreign Affairs, Rubén Molina, held a meeting with the Vice President of the Indonesian Parliament, Fahri Hamzah, with the aim of strengthening cooperation ties in parliamentary affairs between both nations.
During the meeting, Molina highlighted the importance of fostering relations of rapprochement between the parliamentarians of Indonesia and Venezuela, this last one, represented through the National Constituent Assembly (ANC).
“The potentialities of Indonesia and Venezuela are complementary, which allows deepening cooperation in several areas”, said the deputy minister.
For his part, Senator Hamzah highlighted the similarities that unify the Asian country and the Caribbean nation, in his opinion, the freedom, sovereignty and emancipatory thought inherited from the liberators are the bases that solidify both countries.
“Despite the geographical distance, both countries have deep similarities,” said Hamzah, while sent a salute to the people and the Venezuelan government that “has courageously defended peace, sovereignty and the legacy of the liberators”.
During his visit to the Asian nation, viceminister Molina also held a meeting with José Morato, Director of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), with the aim of deepening relations of cooperation and integration with the regional organization that integrates the Southeast Asian states.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations aims to boost economic growth as well as promoting peace and stability of its member states.
After the meeting that took place at the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, Morato expressed his satisfaction due to the approach of Venezuela to the Southeast Asian region.