DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) – Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro met with the ruling emir of Qatar on Wednesday as a part of a Center East tour.
Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani posted a photograph on the social media of the assembly, saying that they “mentioned the prospects for increasing cooperation between our two nations in numerous fields for the great and curiosity of our two pleasant peoples”.
“We additionally exchanged views on probably the most outstanding points within the regional and worldwide area,” Sheikh Tamim stated.
Maduro delivered an analogous message on social media throughout his go to to Doha.
“We’re working to construct a map of cooperation for the well-being of the Venezuelan folks and for the unity and brotherhood of countries,” he wrote.
Qatar is a number one provider of pure fuel and host of the upcoming FIFA 2022 World Cup.
Maduro’s visit comes after he traveled to Iran for meetings over the weekendtogether with Supreme Chief Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Maduro then went to Kuwait’s small and oil-rich country on Monday.
Maduro is on a tour of Eurasia after President Joe Biden determined to not invite him to the Americas Summit, which started final Thursday. His earlier bans included Algeria and Turkey.