The Prime Minister of Guinea Bissau, Carlos Correira, arrived on Thursday to Venezuela to meet an official visit to the country that will last until April 5, and which has as a goal to strengthen the cooperation ties between the two nations.
Correira was welcomed by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Delcy Rodríguez; the Deputy Minister for Africa, Reinaldo Bolívar, and a delegation of Venezuelan diplomats.
After welcoming Correira, the Chancellor of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez, reported on part of the agenda scheduled for this official visit, on which is expected that the delegation of Guinea Bissau will hold meetings with the portfolios of Defense and Communication.
In addition, Rodriguez said that will be held a “meeting of political consultation, and the inauguration of the Centre for African Knowledge”.
“With our African brothers we highlight, exalt and deepen bonds of friendship and cooperation,” said Delcy Rodríguez.