Venezuela establishes new cooperation actions in the Caribbean

During a strategic and punctual tour through the Caribbean, the Chancellor of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, after holding a meeting of brotherhood and cooperation with the Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit, arrived in Granada to update and strengthen the plans to be developed.

The diplomatic meeting between Chancellor Arreaza and the Prime Minister of Granada, Keith Mitchell, served to establish new cooperation actions within the framework of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our Americas (ALBA), policies that will strengthen ties of cooperation between both nations .

In that sense, the Venezuelan diplomat described the meeting as extraordinary, where various topics of integral action that directly affect the benefit of the peoples were addressed:

«It has been a good political meeting, where we managed to review the bilateral relationship, but also the integral relationship and its full strengthening within the ALBA», said the Foreign Minister, while affirming that the Bolivarian Diplomacy of Peace will continue to support the peoples of the Caribbean.

The Foreign Minister pointed out that these meetings are due to a new line of work of the Bolivarian Diplomacy of Peace, led by President Nicolás Maduro, which seeks to shield all the efforts of regional integration between the Caribbean nations and the Bolivarian land, before the iron attack of imperialism against the peoples who resolved to be free and independent.

Likewise, the Prime Minister of Granada, Keith Mitchell, pointed out that the relations between Venezuela and his country continue to rise steadily thanks to the political and constant will of the Bolivarian Government, for which he assured that «Granada will always be a friend of Venezuela, of its people, and we wish the best in the face of the challenges they face», while maintaining that their nation will do everything possible to help the Bolivarian people.