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Venezuela and Ghana sign agreement to boost bilateral relations PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 16 July 2018 16:30

j2Accra, July 9th 2018.- Chancellor of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, held a meeting on Monday with his counterpart from the Republic of Ghana, Shirley Ayorkor Botchway. The meeting gave rise to an important dialogue that allowed parties to ratify the willingness of both countries to increase their bilateral relations.

As a concrete result, an agreement was signed for the suppression of visas in diplomatic passports and services, with the purpose of facilitating the exchange at the highest level between Caracas and Accra.

"We must look for specific fields of cooperation." We have advanced but we have the conditions to deepen the exchange between our countries, "said Foreign Minister Arreaza at the end of the talks.

In this context, the Venezuelan diplomat conveyed the interest of President Nicolás Maduro in the trade area that the African Union works.
"We come to know this experience and see how to take it to Latin America and the Caribbean and strengthen our economies in the South. If we design our cooperation correctly, our voices will be heard in the world," he said.

The chancellor of Ghana, for her part, valued the visit of her Venezuelan counterpart and stressed the intention of her Government to work jointly with the South American country.

"We are ready to raise our relationship with Venezuela." It is our desire and we will work for it together The vision of a much closer South-South cooperation is shared by Ghana, like Venezuela, "he said.

Ghana is the last country visited by the Venezuelan Minister of Foreign Affairs during his trip to Africa, which took him to Mozambique and South Africa with the firm intention of promoting South-South Cooperation.


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