Agroproductive Commission seeks to incorporate Venezuelan products into BRICS countries

With the aim of establishing new connections that allow Venezuelan products and foods to be located in the countries that make up the BRICS group (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), the Head of State, Nicolás Maduro, announced that soon will be established in the country an Agroproductive Business Commission.

“So that they begin to make connections and go to the BRICS countries to establish contacts, ties and contracts so that Venezuelan production is placed in those countries, far beyond oil and gas,” he highlighted during the “Con Maduro De Repente” (With Maduro Suddenly) radio program.

For his part, Yván Gil, Chancellor of the Republic, pointed out that Venezuelan products are currently recognized and consumed in the world, “thanks to the advances we have had in agriculture, fishing and aquaculture production.”

He reported, in this sense, that during his visit to the People’s Republic of China, he signed a health protocol for the export of shrimp and other marine species:

“We are really making history in the export of products, in addition to Venezuelan meat, which has been requested in all the spaces we have had,” he added.

Finally, he pointed out that these agreements seek to positively impact the national production for the benefit of Venezuelans.

“New times are opening, we are very happy to see the enthusiasm of the BRICS that is a product of that effort, that Venezuelan resistance and the preservation of national dignity and the strength of our capabilities created by Commander Chávez,” Gil concluded.