HAITI-POLITICS-Venezuela foreign minister holds talks with President Moise

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PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Jun 13, CMC – Venezuela says it will continue providing assistance to Haiti in the socio-economic development of the French-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country.
“I am completely satisfied with the cooperation with Haiti. We are going to improve it and we will keep the path of cooperation. We have always been together and we will stay together and continue to walk along the same path of dignity and independence,” said Foreign Affairs Minister Delcy Rodrígue, following talks with President Jovenel Moïse on Monday.
President Jovenel Moise (left) meeting Venezuela’s Foreign Affairs Minister Delcy Rodrígue (center) on Monday.
She told reporters that the two countries have long enjoyed “extraordinary relations” and described the talks with Moise as “very good.
“We talked about cooperation. He was very specific, he knows all the projects very well and he knows very well what he wants to do. He wants to move forward on the modernization of agricultural infrastructures. He also wants to work on water projects, on asphalt and many other projects,” she said.
The meeting was described as part of the celebration of 153 years of bilateral diplomatic relations initiated at the time of independence, when Alexandre Pétion bring his support to Simón Bolívar for the expedition of Keys in 1816, which allowed him to enter Venezuela.
Caracas has supported its cooperation with Port au prince through several mechanisms including PetroCaribe, the oil agreement Venezuela has with several countries and the training of Haitian medical students in Venezuela.

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