The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro said on Monday that after his meeting with Turkish President Recep Taayip Erdogan, opens an expectation of work with Turkey that we never had before.
“We have signed two agreements and have agreed to create a Binational Fund for financing development projects for sustainable business relationship for both countries”.
He also said that soon will begin operations in Venezuela, Turkish Airlines, the state-owned airline of that Eurasian nation. The inaugural flight on this route will be on December 12.
With this, President Maduro did not hesitated to ensure that bridges are tended for cultural and tourist exchange with a nation placed as the seventeenth economy in the world.
He explained that during his meeting at the Yildiz Palace in Istanbul with the Turkish President, presented the 15 engines that make up the Bolivarian Economic Agenda with a view to integrate the binational shared development plan.
The Venezuelan President is in Turkey performing a working visit, apropos the 23rd World Energy Congress, which he attended as a special guest of President Erdogan.