President Nicolás Maduro receives credentials from the ambassadors of Germany, India and Qatar
With the objective of promoting and consolidating the pluripolar geopolitics and the Bolivarian Diplomacy of Peace, the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, received on Monday the Credentials of the Ambassadors of Germany, Qatar and India.
Diplomats Daniel Martin Kriener, Rashid Mohsin Fetais and Rajiv Kumar Nagpal were received with honors at a protocol ceremony held at the Miraflores Palace in Caracas.
Representing the Ministry of People’s Power for Foreign Relations were Vice-minister for Africa, Yuri Pimentel and Yván Gil, Vice-minister for Europe.
In his speech, the head of state said that Venezuela continues to expand its relations with the world, consolidating with the truth the new Bolivarian Diplomacy of Peace, cooperation and diplomacy of the pluripolar world.
The president said he held a working meeting with the plenipotentiary ambassadors of Germany, Qatar and India accredited in the country, so he hopes to further strengthen bilateral relations with these nations.
With the appointment of Daniel Martin Kriener, Ambassador of Germany, President Nicolás Maduro, hopes to strengthen dialogue, understanding and cooperation with the European nation.
Similarly, the head of the Bolivarian Diplomacy of Peace, received the ambassador of Qatar, Rashid Mohsin Fetais, with whom he agreed to hold the Qatar-Venezuela High Level Commission with the aim of promoting joint investment amid the momentum of the Program of Economic Recovery, Growth and Prosperity executed by the National Government.
Venezuela established relations with the State of Qatar in 1973, but it was in 1999 when the then President Hugo Chávez consolidated the bilateral relations that later allowed the signing of agreements in oil, manufacturing, tourism, among others matters.
Finally, the Head of State, received the Credentials of the Indian Plenipotentiary Ambassador in Venezuela, Rajiv Kumar Nagpal, who will hold a meeting with the Vice President for the Economic Area, Tareck El Aissami, to prepare what will be the meeting of businessmen and investors from India that will take place in the Caribbean nation.