Venezuela and Argentina reviewed this Monday a broad cultural exchange agenda for this 2023, with the aim of continuing to advance in the well-being and development of the peoples.
The information was released by the Minister for Culture, Ernesto Villegas who, through his account on the social network Twitter, reviewed the meeting he had with the Argentine ambassador, Óscar Laborde, and with the office’s advisor in this area of that country, Luis Schenone.
Similarly, Villegas described the meeting, in which cultural activities for 2023 were evaluated, as “pleasant and auspicious.”
“Pleasant and auspicious meeting with the Ambassador of Argentina, Óscar Laborde, with whom we reviewed a broad cultural exchange agenda between the two countries for this 2023. He came accompanied by Luis Schenone, advisor to the Argentine Ministry of Culture. Always welcome!” Minister Villegas published.
Bilateral relations Venezuela – Argentina
With the victory of President Alberto Fernández in 2019, Venezuela and Argentina have gradually reestablished diplomatic relations, fractured during the administration of Mauricio Macri (2015-2019), refers to a note from the Venezuelan Foreign Ministry.
In this sense, President Nicolás Maduro received in July 2022 the credentials of Óscar Laborde as Argentine Ambassador in Caracas. Similarly, at the end of August 2022, Stella Lugo de Montilla was accredited as the Venezuelan Ambassador in Buenos Aires, before President Fernández.
In January, Argentina hosted the VII Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), where the member countries sealed the region’s commitment to advance in the process of integration in diversity, in addition to demanding an end to the blockade against Cuba.