Balance! India and Venezuela expand trade and productive relations

The Chancellor of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez, made a balance on Thursday of the visit she holds representing the Bolivarian Government in India, and where were reviewed agreements in health, energy, science and technology.
Through a telephone contact in the “La Politica en el Divan” (Politics at the Divan) program, broadcast by Venezolana de Television, the Chancellor explained that: “We have agreed to expand our cooperation with India and have invited them to participate with both public and private companies in the productive engines of the Bolivarian Economic Agenda”, she said.
She also announced that has extended the invitation to attend the Summit of the Non-Aligned Countries Movement (NAM) to be held in Margarita Island, Nueva Esparta state, this year.
“Wherever we go, we find the footsteps of our beloved Hugo Chavez, they have welcomed us with great love and appreciation and an excellent memory of the bilateral relations of India and Venezuela that are now extended by President Maduro”.
She explained that the Minister of Petroleum and Mining, Eulogio del Pino, on behalf of the Venezuelan State, held intense journeys with joint exploitation ventures and agreed to expand the energy cooperation with India.
“We have ratified the will of President Maduro to follow the path between Venezuela and India”.
Regarding the Southern Common Market, Minister Rodriguez said that under the pro-tempore Presidency of the body was determined to address topics of conversation to expand the free trade agreement that kept the two Governments.