Venezuela and Brazil Revise Work Plan to Resume Bilateral Cooperation

Brazil and Venezuela Reestablish Relations, Rekindling New Levels of Cooperation

Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and his Venezuelan counterpart Nicolás Maduro have met to initiate a joint work plan following the re-establishment of their relations on January 1st.

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza announced via Twitter that they discussed the work plan to strengthen cooperation links, with good times now beginning between the two nations.

The meeting was held within the framework of the VII Summit of Presidents of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac) which will take place on Tuesday in Argentina.

At the press conference, Lula criticized Juan Guaidó’s involvement in the Venezuelan process, labeling it as “intervention and interference”, and called for the resolution of the Venezuelan process to come from dialogue, not from blockades and threats of occupation.

After a two-year rift, Brazil and Venezuela are now on the cusp of rekindling relations and exploring ways to deepen cooperation in matters of regional development.

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