BARBADOS- Agri-food and air service agreements have been reached between Venezuela and Barbados.
This pact was signed at the Caracas meeting between Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and Barbadian Prime Minister Mia Mottley, aimed at enhancing bilateral collaboration.
With the new agreements, direct flights will soon be available between Venezuela and Barbados, improving connectivity and strengthening ties between the two countries.
As part of their agreement, both leaders pledged to ensure food security for their respective countries and for the Caribbean region as a whole.
Furthermore, they discussed initiatives for bilingual education and medical studies in Venezuela, emphasizing the importance of knowledge exchange.
In various areas of mutual interest, these agreements are part of an overall effort to enhance collaboration.
For global challenges to be overcome, Prime Minister Mottley emphasized the need for collective action.
As well, she argued for lifting international sanctions against Venezuela, claiming they hinder the country’s development.
These agreements will establish air routes to Barbados, as well as maintain affordable food prices, which will benefit both countries’ citizens.
As a result of these new partnerships, Venezuela and Barbados are committed to collaborative development and regional integration in the region.