Jamaica and Venezuela are working on energy and trade agreements

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, said that Jamaica and Venezuela are working on agreements on oil, gas and trade fields, on his arrival at the Norman Marley airport in Kingston, Jamaica.
During his meeting with Prime Minister Andrew Holness, on Sunday, May 22, will review the cooperation agenda and will continue strengthening ties between the two countries in political, diplomatic, energy, trade and investment matters, as announced the National President.
He recalled that in September he visited the Caribbean island to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Charter of Jamaica and during the event was inaugurated the Simon Bolivar Cultural Centre, in whose facilities Jamaicans will be taught the Spanish language. Also, are taught music classes, in order to form nuclei under the concept of the National System of Orchestras, created by maestro José Antonio Abreu, as part of the cultural exchange.
“200 years of the victory of the Third Republic. This is how the Caribbean is a natural source of the Bolivarians to come to work, to build, and to gain strength in order to keep advancing towards a Latin America and a Caribbean as a territory of peace. It is the great decision that we have: Latin America, Venezuela, the Caribbean, Jamaica: A territory of peace, solidarity and brotherhood. ”
The President was accompanied by the first fighter woman, Cilia Flores, and part of his entourage, among them the ministers of foreign affairs, Delcy Rodríguez; and of Energy and Petroleum, Eulogio del Pino. At the airport he was welcomed by the Chancellor of Jamaica, Camila Jhonson.