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Venezuela and Brazil review cooperation agenda

In the context of the BRICS+ summit in Russia, Yván Gil stated that "after an exhaustive meeting, they reviewed the development of our region and the progress towards a multipolar world."

During the Meeting of Foreign Ministers of the member countries of the BRICS and BRICS+ group, held in Russia, Venezuelan Foreign Minister Yván Gil held a meeting with his Brazilian counterpart, Mauro Vieira, in order to review the cooperation agenda for the development of the region.

“It was an honor to meet with the Foreign Minister of Brazil, Mauro Vieira, during the BRICS+ summit in Russia. We had an exhaustive conversation about the relevance of cooperation within the BRICS+ framework for the development of our region and the progress towards a multipolar world, an objective that unites the people of Brazil and Venezuela," reported Foreign Minister Yván Gil in the digital network

At the meeting held in the Russian city of Nizhny Novgorod, the Venezuelan foreign minister held meetings with his Cuban counterpart, Bruno Rodríguez; the Foreign Minister of South Africa, Naledi Pandor; the Foreign Minister of Belarus, Sergei Fyodorovich Aleinik; and the Sous-Sherpa for the BRICS+ and Secretary of Economic Relations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of India, Dammu Ravi, among others, AVN reports.

The session will host an exchange of views on current issues, including the reinforcement of multilateralism at the international level, the role of the Global South and East in shaping a more just world order and regional cooperation, according to a press release.

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