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South Africa: Vice Minister Botes on Official Visit to Venezuela

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  The Vice Minister of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation Mr Alvin Botes has accepted the invitation of the Vice Minister for Africa of Venezuela Mr Yuri Alexandre Pimentel Moura to make an official visit to Caracas Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela on the 15th of September 2022 Diplomatic relations between South Africa and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela were established in 1993 and Venezuela opened its Embassy in Pretoria in 1995 South Africa opened its Embassy in Caracas in January 1998 In July 2007 a Memorandum of Understanding on Bilateral consultations held between South Africa and Venezuela In 2008 a Cooperation Framework Agreement was signed paving the way for cooperation in the areas of energy mining agriculture and social and cultural activities The two countries agreed to establish a Joint Bilateral Commission JBC to monitor the implementation of the Cooperation Framework Agreement and identify new areas of cooperation The objective of the visit of Vice Minister Botes is to prepare the visit of President Maduro to South Africa and to take stock of the advances in bilateral relations since the Meeting of Technical Experts SA Venezuela that took place in South Africa in 2019 The Technical Expert The meeting included discussions between the Venezuelan Ministry of Energy and Petroleum the Venezuelan state oil and natural gas company PDVSA the Department of Trade and Industry and the Ministry of Foreign Trade and International Investments Department of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries and Ministry of Popular Power for Productive Agriculture and Lands of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela the Department of Mineral Resources and the Ministry of Exploration and Ecomineral Investment Significant opportunities exist for mutually beneficial economic trade and technical cooperation relations with Venezuela in various areas such as agribusiness blue economy energy mining and pharmaceuticals
South Africa: Vice Minister Botes on Official Visit to Venezuela

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Vice Minister of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation

The Vice Minister of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation, Mr. Alvin Botes, has accepted the invitation of the Vice Minister for Africa of Venezuela, Mr. Yuri Alexandre Pimentel Moura, to make an official visit to Caracas, Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, on the 15th of September.

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Diplomatic relations between South Africa and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela were established in 1993 and Venezuela opened its Embassy in Pretoria in 1995.

South Africa opened its Embassy in Caracas in January 1998.

In July 2007, a Memorandum of Understanding on Bilateral consultations.

held between South Africa and Venezuela.

In 2008, a Cooperation Framework Agreement was signed, paving the way for cooperation in the areas of energy, mining, agriculture, and social and cultural activities.

The two countries agreed to establish a Joint Bilateral Commission (JBC) to monitor the implementation of the Cooperation Framework Agreement and identify new areas of cooperation.

The objective of the visit of Vice Minister Botes is to prepare the visit of President Maduro to South Africa and to take stock of the advances in bilateral relations since the Meeting of Technical Experts SA – Venezuela that took place in South Africa in 2019.

The Technical Expert The meeting included discussions between the Venezuelan Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, the Venezuelan state oil and natural gas company (PDVSA); the Department of Trade and Industry, and the Ministry of Foreign Trade and International Investments; Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries and Ministry of Popular Power for Productive Agriculture and Lands of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela; the Department of Mineral Resources and the Ministry of Exploration and Ecomineral Investment.

Significant opportunities exist for mutually beneficial economic, trade, and technical cooperation relations with Venezuela in various areas, such as agribusiness, blue economy, energy, mining, and pharmaceuticals.

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