Venezuela and Turkey sign brotherhood agreement to strengthen cooperative relations

The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and the Republic of Turkey signed on Tuesday a brotherhood agreement that will allow progress in strengthening the relations of political, economic and social cooperation that both nations maintain.

This was reported by state governor Miranda, Héctor Rodríguez, through his Twiitter account @HectoRodriguez.

The Governor stressed that these alliances are strategic to establish agreements with Istanbul companies.

Foreign Economic Relations Council

Rodríguez also reported that he had a meeting with the Council of Foreign Economic Relations, where companies from the pharmaceutical, agricultural, tourism, dairy and non-metallic mining sectors were present, in order to show the potential they possess.

He also said that Miranda examines production alternatives for both public and private companies, to generate more jobs that help create non-oil currencies to the country.

Venezuela y Turquía firman acuerdo de hermanamiento para fortalecer relaciones de cooperación

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