This Friday the authorities inaugurated the Avenida República de Turkiye in the center of Caracas with the aim of establishing rapprochement between the Turkish and Venezuelan peoples.
The act was presided over by the Mayor of Caracas, Carmen Melendez, the Turkish Ambassador to Venezuela, Nasi Aydan Karamanoglu, the Venezuelan Foreign Minister Yvan Gil and other national officials.
“In the center of Caracas we have written a new page in our history, including the inauguration of Avenida Turkiye with Turkish Ambassador to Venezuela Nasi Aydan Karamanoglu and Foreign Minister Yvan Gil,” the mayor wrote on his Twitter account.
He said that this act “represents a rapprochement between the Turkish and Venezuelan peoples, in which we celebrate their Youth and Sports Day; May this friendship last forever, as it is now, when our business, economic and And the cultural ties are excellent.”
A new act of rapprochement between the peoples of Turkey and Venezuela, in which we celebrate their Youth and Sports Day.
Un nuevo acto de acercamiento entre el pueblo turco y el venezolano, en el que celebramos su Día de la Juventud y el Deporte.
Que esta amistad sea para siempre, como lo es ahora, cuando nuestras relaciones comerciales, económicas y culturales son excelentes.#1X10DelBuenGobierno pic.twitter.com/shDFTvP8Dj
— Carmen Meléndez (@gestionperfecta) May 19, 2023
It should be noted that Venezuela and Turkey maintain a close bilateral relationship which has allowed them to sign strategic agreements in various fields.
In this way, there are more than 40 cooperation agreements that have been established between Venezuela and Turkey. In 2021, these exceed $850 million in sectors such as defence, air and sea transport, trade, finance, education, tourism, agriculture, science and technology.