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Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro affirmed on Tuesday that his country is ready to establish contracts with world energy companies to produce and export oil.
On Saturday, the Biden administration authorized Chevron to resume some oil-related operations in Venezuela.
Tareck El Aissami, Economy Vice-President, stated that the contracts signed are of great importance for the country and the world.
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro said on Wednesday that the profits generated by Citgo since 2019 should be released to Venezuelan accounts as a key to advance in the dialogue with the opposition.
Oil production will be carried out through four joint ventures: Petropiar, Petroboscan, Petroindependencia, and Petroindependiente.
After holding a working meeting with the president of Chevron in Venezuela, Javier La Rosa, the vice-president of the Economic Area and Minister of People's Power for Petroleum, Tareck El Aissami, said that in the next few hours, contracts would be signed for the promotion of joint ventures in the country.
This second partial agreement focuses on measures for the welfare of the Venezuelan people.
The President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, held a meeting with the Prime Minister of Belize, John Antonio Briceño, on the occasion of signing agreements between both countries to deepen cooperation alliances and generate integration mechanisms to strengthen joint work in strategic areas.
The delegation of the Venezuelan government arrived on Friday in Mexico, where it plans to sign a partial agreement with representatives of a sector of the country's opposition during the reinstallation of the dialogue table to be held in the Aztec nation, said the head of the delegation, Jorge Rodriguez.