Venezuela and Turkey will sign agreement to boost national poultry industry
The Venezuelan ambassador to Turkey, José Bracho, attended a working meeting with the Minister of Agriculture of that country, Bekir Pakdemirli, in which it was proposed that both nations sign an agreement with the purpose of promoting the national poultry industry, said the national embassy in the Turkish nation through the social network Twitter.
The Venezuelan Turkish bilateral alliances are part of the multicenter and pluripolar world construction policy promoted by the Constitutional President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, on the basis of mutual respect for sovereignty and non foreign intervention.
Embajador José Bracho asiste a un desayuno de trabajo con Bekir Pakdemirli, ministro de Agricultura de Turquía, donde anunció planes para 2020, incluyendo la firma de un Acuerdo con Venezuela para reimpulsar la industria avícola nacional @NicolasMaduro @jaarreaza @CancilleriaVE pic.twitter.com/YD5EuA5aQ6
— EmbaVenez Turquia (@EmbaVenezTurq) February 5, 2020
This year marks the 70th anniversary of the bilateral relations between Turkey and Venezuela, and for this reason, last January, the Executive Vice-president of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez, held a meeting with her Turkish counterpart, Fuat Oktay, as part of a joint work agenda to deepen the bonds of brotherhood and cooperation.
Both authorities reviewed bilateral and multilateral cooperation mechanisms, while reaffirming management in strategic areas in favor of the development of nations.
Also, this year the National Assembly of Turkey approved the high-level economic-commercial development agreement signed with Venezuela in May 2018 to establish a legal framework for cooperation and mutual benefit with preferential conditions.