The president of Bolivia, Luis Arce, arrived in Venezuela to participate in the signing of new bilateral cooperation agreements, after the meeting of the Mixed Commission in Caracas.
Arce upon arrival in Venezuela and was received by the Venezuelan Foreign Minister, Yván Gil, and the Venezuelan Vice Foreign Minister for Latin America, Rander Peña.
On the occasion, the corresponding military honors were rendered to the Bolivian president.
On his agenda, the Bolivian president, on his third visit to Venezuela, plans a meeting with the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, among other activities.
Venezuela and Bolivia installed this Wednesday the III Venezuela-Bolivia Joint Integration Commission, with the purpose of strengthening and deepening bilateral relations and cooperation.
After the installation, two sectoral work tables were formed to evaluate economic and commercial issues, and social and political ones.
The final declaration of this meeting will be signed this Thursday.
With information from AVN