The ties between the two nations are based on the Integral Cooperation Agreement, signed by Chavez and Fidel. The illustrative image is taken from Archivo/RHC
Havana, Dec 22 (RHC) Venezuela's Minister of People's Power for Foreign Affairs, Carlos Faría, informed Thursday in Caracas that the governments of his country and Cuba have established the work agenda for the coming year.
On his Twitter account, the official pointed out that he had the honor of meeting with the ambassador of the Caribbean Island, Dagoberto Rodríguez.
"The brotherhood between Cuba and the Bolivarian Republic is dynamic and productive, marked by internationalist solidarity," he asserted.
The links between the two nations are sustained by the Integral Cooperation Agreement, signed by Commanders Hugo Chávez (1954-2013) and Fidel Castro Ruz (1926-2016).
Last October 30 was the 22 anniversary of this mechanism which is governed by the principles of complementarity, brotherhood, solidarity, and humanism. (Source: PL)