President Maduro receives credentials from new ambassadors accredited to Venezuela
This Thursday, the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, received the Credentials of the new ambassadors of the Republic of Suriname, the Republic of Mozambique, the Republic of Benin, the Commonwealth of Dominica, the Republic of Zambia and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic.
At the ceremony held at the Miraflores Palace, the Foreign Minister of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza and the Vice-ministers of the People’s Power Ministry for Foreign Realtions also participated: for Africa; Yuri Pimentel, for the Caribbean; Raúl Licausi and for Asia Middle East and Oceania; Rubén Darío Molina.
As part of the diplomatic accreditation process, the designated ambassador of Suriname was first to be received; Adjako Ruwan Gilian, later the appointed ambassador of Mozambique; Gamliel Sepúlveda, for the Republic of Benin the most excellent ambassador; Boniface Vignon, of the Commonwealth of Dominica the ambassador; Ambrose George, for Zambia the ambassador; Alfreda Chilekwa and finally the new ambassador of the Lao People’s Republic; Anouphone Kittirath.
Venezuela and Suriname
In September of last year, Venezuela and Suriname had anticipated the common disposition to continue strengthening their ties of friendship and bilateral cooperation, in a meeting held by the foreign ministers, Jorge Arreaza and Ylidz Pollack-Beighle. The following month the governments of both countries collaborated energetically with the realization of Mission Miracle, for the attention of the people with less resources.
Venezuela and Laos
At the last meeting held by the Vice-minister for Asia, Rubén Molina and his counterpart, Sengphet Hounboungnuang, it was agreed to continue with the bilateral dialogues in order to analyze the common objectives of cooperation and consular matters.
Venezuela and Dominica
Both countries maintain close friendly relations and are part, in addition to the ALBA-TCP, of different regional integration mechanisms such as Petrocaribe and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac).
Venezuela and Mozambique
Similarly, the Bolivarian Diplomacy of Peace, in the framewok of the Economic Recovery and Growth Program, led by President Nicolás Maduro, investigated in mid-2018, on the potential and opportunities of business with the Mozambican provinces in search of agreements that include a Venezuelan region that promotes its agricultural, tourist, mining and construction characteristics.
On different occasions, President Nicolás Maduro has given continuity to the Africa Agenda through a new model of international relations initiated with Commander Chávez and which provides an organizational mode of South-South relations and cooperation with African countries.