Qatar and Venezuela established diplomatic relations on May 24, 1973, and Doha opened its first embassy in Caracas in December 2001.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro arrived in Doha on Tuesday during an official visit to the Gulf countries.
Maduro met with Qatar’s Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Altani on Wednesday at an official talk session in Amili Diwan.
“We have arrived in Qatar to continue the international work agenda,” Venezuelan leaders said, according to Reuters.
In an official session, Sheikh Tamim welcomed Maduro and his accompanying delegation, expressing his hopes of strengthening relations between the two countries in various areas, and stated that his visit was important.
The President emphasized Venezuela’s enthusiasm for developing relations with Doha and expressed hope that his visit would contribute to such a move.
Discussions on how to strengthen relationships in the areas of energy, economy, investment, agriculture and tourism were at the top of the agenda, exchanging views on several issues on a regional and international scale.
Qatar’s Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Man Al Tani, Prime Minister Amiri Diwan Sheikh Saud bin Abdullah Man Al Tani, Minister of Transport Jasim bin Saif al Slaiti, Abdullah bin The Secretariat of Foreign Minister Abdullah Aziz bin Turki al-Svayer Sultan bin Sard al-Muraiki also attended the meeting.
On the Karakas side, the Minister of Productivity Agriculture People’s Power and Land Wilmar Castro Soteldo, the Minister of Tourism People’s Power Ali Ernesto Padron Paredes, and the Minister of Transport People’s Power Ramon Celestino Velasquez Alaguayan have joined the president. session.
Doha and Caracas share a common position on Palestinian rights, and Venezuela fully supports the establishment of an independent state. “Resolution,” said the state-owned Qatar News Agency.
Maduro left Kuwait on Monday for his first major overseas tour since his visit to Russia in 2019.
His current tour also includes Turkey, Algeria and Iran.
During their visit to Teheran, the two countries were subject to US sanctions and signed a 20-year cooperation document on Saturday, including cooperation in the areas of oil, petrochemicals, defense, agriculture, tourism and culture.
“Venezuela has shown exemplary resistance to sanctions and threats from enemies and imperialists,” Reuters said.