This Thursday, the People’s Power Minister of Industries and National Production, Jose Gregorio Biomorgi, received a courtesy visit from the Ambassador of the Lebanese Republic accredited to the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Elias Lebbos.
The meeting was an opportunity for the authorities to evaluate the possibility of strengthening relations between both countries in the industrial field.
Venezuela has expressed on different occasions its willingness to strengthen and reinforce the ties of friendship and cooperation with the Lebanese Republic. These ties will help us to advance in the construction of a multipolar and multicentric world.
Relations between Caracas and Beirut date back to 1946 but have strengthened in recent years with the impetus of the Venezuelan Government and its Bolivarian Peace Diplomacy.
Production plan advances at the Santa Ines Industrial Complex
On the other hand, the head of the industrial portfolio, together with the Minister of Planning, Ricardo Menéndez, met with the Ambassador of the Republic of Belarus in Venezuela, Andrei Molchan, to promote the production plan in the Santa Inés Industrial Complex, located in the state of Barinas.
Minister Biomorgi cataloged the meeting as fruitful and detailed that they reviewed the plans to boost the production system.
“All these actions are essential for this new phase of the homeland’s economic recovery. In the last visit, we were able to assemble 11 tractors only by carrying out inspections” highlighted.
In this framework, the Minister of Industries and National Production stressed the importance of “shielding this whole strategy of after-sales services” for all the equipment to be designed.
Through these actions, part of the agreements reached between the Venezuela-Belarus High-Level Joint Commission to achieve a considerable increase in the production of the industrial sector in the country.