Plasencia received the Turkish delegation to the Commission at the Maiquetia City Simon Bolivar International Airport, which serves Caracas.
"The presence of Cavusoglu confirms Ankara’s intention to strengthen bilateral relations in strategic sectors such as health, economy, agriculture, fisheries, education, tourism, and sports," he said.
As part of the activities program, the chancellors held a meeting in the International Center of Productive Investments (CIIP) with representatives of their countries' companies to adopt joint actions that strengthen investments.
Plasencia and Cavusoglu also inaugurated the San Roman College, an institution in Caracas financed by the Turkish Maarif Foundation, which seeks to boost formation of young Venezuelans and cultural exchange between both peoples.
On Dec. 21, 2021, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan reviewed both nations’ challenges and cooperation plans for the coming years by telephone.
In March, Plasencia and Vice President Delcy Rodriguez participated in the Second Diplomatic Forum of Antalya, where they promoted the bilateral relationships with Turkey, South Africa, Somalia, and Singapore.
New "CARABOBO TRAINS" in the underground Metro in the Venezuelan city of Valencia. Under AMERICAN SANCTIONS and Venezuela can't import parts. So Venezuelans took old trains and rebuilt them with Venezuelan parts and TECHNOLOGY into new trains! pic.twitter.com/SX8OctlvWo