Venezuela and Zimbabwe agree to expand cooperative relations
The Vice-minister of Foreign Reltions for Africa of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Yuri Pimentel, held a fraternal meeting on Friday in Malabo with the Vice President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Kembo Mohadi.
During the bilateral meeting, the parties ratified the will of their governments to strengthen cooperation relations in education, mining and health, for the benefit of both peoples.
The venezuelan Vice-minister thanked Zimbabwe for its support to the Bolivarian Republic in the forums of international political agreement, and explained the economic and social reality of the South American country.
Vice President Mohadi, meanwhile, expressed his support for Venezuela and condemned the unilateral coercive measures imposed by the government of the United States and the European Union on the Caribbean nation.
The parties coincided on the commemorative events for the 50th anniversary of the independence of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, which took place in the capital of this african country.