03-10-19.-After the visit of a Venezuelan delegation last week to both countries, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro announced on Wednesday that agreements were reached with North Korea (DPRK) and Vietnam. The delegation was led by Deputy Diosdado Cabello.
Cabello, accompanied by the Minister for Communes, Blanca Eekhout, and other government representatives, visited both countries last week.
The agreements include topics such as industrial production, agricultural production, energy exchange, political training and military cooperation.
Reitero mi felicitación al hermano @dcabellor por la extraordinaria gira por Corea del Norte y Vietnam. Se pierden de vista los tremendos acuerdos alcanzados que contribuyen con el desarrollo nacional y avanzan hacia una exitosa cooperación de alto nivel entre pueblos hermanos. pic.twitter.com/7NPfpvbccF
— Nicolás Maduro (@NicolasMaduro) October 3, 2019
During the television program of Cabello, “Con el Mazo Dando”, he commented by telephone the following: “You, deployed with our brothers from North Korea and our brothers from Vietnam, reached great agreements for agricultural production. Also important agreements for political formation and industrial production”.
And he pointed out that the agreements include energy exchange and military cooperation.
Cabello also said that from Korea they confirmed the invitation to President Maduro to visit the Asian country. Maduro responded that his trip to North Korea will be soon and also proposed the creation of a high-level commission to evaluate new forms of exchange.
During the government of Nicolás Maduro, relations with North Korea have been increasingly invigorated. Maduro spoke about the inauguration of the Venezuelan Embassy in North Korea with the aim of strengthening ties of friendship and cooperation between Caracas and Pionyang.
Translated by JRE/EF