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Venezuela and China sign new technological and scientific alliances

The agreements strengthen binational ties in technological matters to promote economic research and innovation.

Within the framework of the International Development Seminar 2024, the Executive Vice President of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez, held a meeting with a delegation from the People's Republic of China, with whom she signed new agreements to promote technological and scientific alliances.

Rodríguez was accompanied by the president of the China Development Institute, Fan Gang, and the Executive Director of the Shenzhen Open Innovation Laboratory, David Li, with whom she recalled and strengthened the relations of cooperation, brotherhood and solidarity between nations.

The agreements signed by both parties strengthen binational ties in technological matters to promote research and economic innovation. These agreements also increase exchange on the educational level.

For Venezuela, these agreements were signed by the Executive Vice President Delcy Rodríguez and the Minister of Science and Technology Gabriela Jiménez

Venezuela and China currently have numerous agreements on technology, science, economy, production, agriculture, education and training, lakes, among others, which makes clear the bilateral strength of both countries.

China and Venezuela on the development path

The Executive Vice President, Delcy Rodríguez, emphasized that China is líder economic in the world and makes up the BRICS bloc; He maintained that when Venezuela enters, its energy reserves are for the development and promotion of Latin America and the Caribbean as a powerful region.

Rodríguez maintained that non-diversification became one of the main vulnerabilities, where the economic blockade found its best space to affect the Venezuelan people; He argues that economic transformation is fundamental.

For his part, the president of the China Development Institute, Fan Gang, pointed out that social security is now a necessity for the socialist market economy. In this sense, he added that a developing country normally has disadvantages; they often do not have the correct factors such as knowledge, technology and innovation capacity.

Therefore, he hoped that these new agreements make the technological and innovation exchange between the countries more powerful, as well as the friendship between both peoples.

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