Vice President of Economy Tareck El Aissami holds a working meeting with the Vice President of Turkey Fuat Oktay
The Vice president of Turkey, Fuat Oktay, and the Vice president of the Economic Area of Venezuela, Tareck El Aissami held a working meeting to strengthen and review agreements framed in the bilateral cooperation agenda between both nations.
Through his Twitter account @TareckPSUV, El Aissami thanked the people of Turkey for the receptivity after the culmination of their official visit to the Turkish nation.
“We have held an extraordinary WORK meeting in ANKARA, with the fellow vice president of the Republic of TURKEY @ fuatoktay06 to review the bilateral cooperation agenda that has a character of the highest strategic level for our peoples”, the Venezuelan official said.
On behalf of the National Executive, represented by the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, the Sectoral Vice President of Economy highlighted the ties, bilateral relations and cooperation that have been maintained with Turkey and that also includes development plans on the subject of diplomacy, tourism, commerce, energy, among others.
“We thank on behalf of the Bolivarian Government of the President @NicolasMaduro and the delegation that visited Ankara, all the generosity and hospitality of the Turkish people, the vice president @ fuatoktay06 and the support of the President @RT_Erdogan to the people of VENEZUELA, WE WILL WIN!!”, said El Aissami
Prior to this work tour, Tareck El Aissami, last October, held a working meeting with the Minister of Trade of Turkey, Rushar Peckan, an agenda that was part of the tour he made in the Eurasian country.
Similarly, the ambassador of the Republic of Turkey in Venezuela, Şevki Mütevellioğlu, met in Caracas with the vice president of the economic area to strengthen trade and economic relations between the two countries.
The bilateral relations between Ankara and Caracas that were signed since 1999 with the arrival of Commander Hugo Chávez to the Presidency of the Republic, and which are part of the multicentric and pluripolar policy that seeks the development of countries and peoples based on the mutual respect for sovereignty and foreign non-intervention.