Venezuela, Palestine review cooperation agenda, strengthen fraternal ties

In order to strengthen cooperation, fraternal ties between the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and the State of Palestine, the Vice-minister for Asia, the Middle East and Oceania, Rubén Darío Molina, held a meeting on Friday with the Palestinian Ambassador, Fadi Alzaben.

Vice-minister Molina said they reviewed “the broad cooperation agenda and mutual support,” and the Palestinian ambassador discussed the roadmap of the forthcoming Palestinian elections.

“The Palestine cause is the cause of Venezuela. We are going to continue moving forward and establishing support between our peoples,” stressed Vice-minister Molina, who described the meeting as satisfactory.

Venezuela has always expressed its unconditional support for the Palestinian people’s self-determination and their right to a free, sovereign, independent State with pre-1967 international borders according to the UN Security Council’s and General Assembly’s resolutions.