Venezuela willing to reactivate cooperation agreements with Senegal

The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Carlos Faría, held a meeting this Thursday with his counterpart from Senegal, Aissata Tall Sall, in order to evaluate the reactivation of the cooperation agreements between the two nations.

Through his account on the Twitter social network, the Venezuelan Chancellor indicated that, with the reactivation of agreements, ties with the nations of Africa are strengthened:

“We met with the Chancellor of the Republic of Senegal, Aissata Tall Sall, to whom we expressed President Nicolás Maduro’s interest in reactivating agreements in various areas of cooperation, strengthening ties with our mother Africa!” he wrote on the social network.

Venezuela and Senegal maintain agreements in the economic, cultural and scientific fields.

Since his arrival – last Monday – in New York, United States, Chancellor Faría has held meetings with diplomats of several countries such as Colombia, Nicaragua, Bolivia, Syria, Eritrea, Spain and others, regarding the 77th General Assembly of the United Nations (UN).