Vice President Rodríguez assesses alliance with High-Level Commission of the Cuba-Venezuela Comprehensive Cooperation Agreement
Vice President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Delcy Rodríguez held a meeting with members of the High-Level Commission of the Cuba-Venezuela Comprehensive Cooperation Agreement at the Miraflores Presidential Palace to assess different strategic alliances between the two countries.
The Cuba-Venezuela comprehensive cooperation agreement covers the education, health, culture and sports fields in order to boost the two countries’ economic and social development.
This comprehensive agreement has been strengthened by Cuba and Venezuela since 200 as part of the foreign policy and relations shared by Commanders Fidel Castro Ruz and Hugo Chávez.
On October 30, 200, the two Caribbean leaders endorsed a Comprehensive Cooperation Agreement to reaffirm their common interest in promoting and fostering the progress of Cuba and Venezuela in accordance with Latin America’s and the Caribbean’s integration, and in promoting the progress of their economies and the mutual advantages steaming from a cooperation that produces effective results for the two countries’ economic progress.
The Venezuelan vice president led the meeting as part of the visit of Cuba’s specialized technical commission to support Venezuela’s COVID-19 containment strategy.
Presidential Press Office