Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have held a telephone conversation Thursday in which they agreed to strengthen the strategic relationship between both nations.
As it was live-twitted by Delcy Rodriguez, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.
Both head of states debated issues related to bilateral cooperation and joint projects in different areas; although the main topic of the conversation was the present condition of the international oil market.
During the telephone conversation, Maduro’s initiative, they particularly dealt with the implementation of oil production reduction agreement signed by members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and by non-oil nations as well.
On April 28, Vladimir Padrino Lopez, Defense Minister, met in Moscow with his Russian counterpart, Sergei Shoigu, to strengthen the military and technical alliance.
Russia champions the political dialogue between the main political actors in Venezuela, with no interference by foreign powers or international organizations, in order to guarantee stability and economic development for the country.