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  • Venezuela and the Popular Democratic Republic of North Korea have maintained bilateral relations since 1965. 

    Venezuela and the Popular Democratic Republic of North Korea have maintained bilateral relations since 1965.  | Photo: MINCI

Published 27 November 2018

The first agreement establishes political consults about affairs of common interest, while the secong deal referred to the suppression of visa requirements between both Foreign Ministries.

Foreign Ministers of Venezuela and the Democratic Republic of North Korea reached two deals of bilateral cooperation on Tuesday. 

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In the Presidential Palace of Miraflores in Caracas, Venezuela's Jorge Arreaza and his North Korean counterpart Ri Yong Ho signed the agreements in order to strengthen diplomatic ties between the two nations.

In March of this year, North Korea expressed its "support and solidarity" for the Bolivarian Government of Venezuela. In September, Arreaza started a process to deepen diplomatic relations through a meeting with his North Korean counterpart Ri Yong Ho in New York, during the United Nations General Assembly. 

Kim Yong-nam, the President of the Supreme People's Assembly of the People's Republic of Korea, and a delegation of North Korean officials will participate in the swearing-in ceremony of the newly elected Mexican president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador this Saturday.

In Cuba, he is scheduled to meet with President Miguel Diaz-Canel, who visited the People's Republic of Korea in early November.

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