Venezuelan Ambassador to Belarus presents credentials to President Aleksandr Lukashenko
The designated ambassador of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to the Republic of Belarus, Franklin Ramírez Araque, delivered his credentials to the President of the Republic, Alekshander Lukashenko, on Tuesday at the headquarters of the Independence Palace, located in the city of Minsk.
The event, also attended by the Chancellor of the Republic of Belarus, Vladimir Makei, was held in the Credentials Hall of the Independence Palace where, in the formal ceremony, the Venezuelan ambassador transmitted to President Lukashenko the message of his counterpart from the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, to maintain and further strengthen the fraternal relations of friendship between the two countries.
For his part, President Lukashenko affirmed that Belarus has acquired considerable experience in bilateral relations with Venezuela in Latin America.
“We will continue to provide all possible support to your country. I hope that the new ambassador will do everything possible to promote mutually beneficial cooperation in the commercial and humanitarian spheres”, said the Belarusian Head of State.
At the end of the ceremony, Ambassador Franklin Ramírez also pointed out that, faithful to the principles of Venezuelan foreign policy, the government of President Nicolás Maduro will keep unrestrictedly supporting the peace of the peoples, the right to self-determination, the peaceful solution of conflicts, respect for justice and international law.