President Maduro meets with Prime Minister of Jamaica
The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, held a meeting on Wednesday with the Prime Minister of Jamaica, Andrew Holness, in the company of his Chancellor, Kamina Johnson Smith, at the headquarters of the United Nations. (UN) in New York, United States.
The bilateral meeting was held on the participation of the Head of State in the seventy-third session of the General Assembly of the UN, a space from which Maduro “will defend the truth of the venezuelan people”.
“I come to the General Assembly of the United Nations to defend the truth of Venezuela, to bring the voice of our Homeland”, said the National Head of State in his account on the Twitter social network upon his arrival in the United States.
Venezuela and Jamaica maintain cooperative relations in the areas of energy, commerce and culture. Its agenda focuses mainly on improving trade through the agreements signed on the platform of Petrocaribe, a regional integration organism in which Jamaica played a fundamental role for its foundation.
These ties have been reinforced in the last 18 years with the aim of promoting the integration of Latin America and the Caribbean with economic, political and cultural exchanges, as Maduro has described it on several occasions.