Venezuelan FM describes Tehran-Caracas relations strategic

Venezuela's Minister of Foreign Affairs Felix Plasencia Gonzalez described Tehran-Caracas relations as strategic.

Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and his visiting Venezuelan counterpart Felix Plasencia Gonzalez held a meeting at the Iranian Foreign Ministry compound in Tehran on Monday morning, followed by a joint press conference.

Gonzalez described his trip to Iran as strategic as his first foreign trip in his tenure.

Expressing his pleasure at being in Iran and meeting with Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi, he noted that they will take part at the joint commission in Tehran before the end of the year to draw the roadmap for the two countries in the future, adding that this document and roadmap will be a long-term plan.

Acknowledging his Iranian counterpart for condemning the US violation of the sovereignty and rights of the Venezuelans, Gonzalez underscored that the US has blatantly violated their sovereignty and kidnapped the representative of the Venezuelan national government for negotiations with the opposition and illegally sent it to the US and they firmly condemn this action and thank the Iranian government for its commitment to condemn this action.

The Iranian nation has been there for 7,000 years and has a lot of experience in resistance, and they want to learn from them, the top Latino American diplomat added.

He invited Iran's private sector to invest in Venezuela.

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