The first country to visit was Turkey, where he met on June 8 with his counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan and signed three new agreements in the areas of tourism, agriculture and financial-monetary matters.
Later, on Thursday, June 9, he was in Algeria where, together with his counterpart Abdelmadjid Tebboune, they agreed to build a robust economic agenda and relaunch the high-level mixed commission, which will be in charge of drawing up a standard work map.
The third country to visit was Iran, where he held a meeting on Saturday with President Ebrahim Raisi and signed a cooperation agreement for the next 20 years.
Maduro also announced that the first direct flight from his country to Iran would depart on July 18.
So far, it is not known which other countries the head of state will visit during his tour.