Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne held bilateral and diplomatic talks with Venezuela’s foreign minister on Tuesday and used the opportunity to talk on ways Antigua and Barbuda and Venezuela could strengthen and deepen their cooperation and diplomatic ties along with possible projects for collaborative implementation.
“The government and people of Antigua and Barbuda stand in solidarity with the government and people of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. We ask you to continue to defend your democracy, and to continue to support the advancement of the people of Venezuela,” Browne stated in his press interview with teleSUR of Venezuela.
The meeting was held as a part of Venezuela’s foreign ministry tour of countries across the region. Venezuela foreign minister, Jorge Arreaza, along with his diplomatic team including resident ambassador Carlos Perez, met with Browne, the minister of foreign affairs Chet Greene and other officials.
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