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Venezuelan Political Leaders Mark Mandela Passing with Tributes

Venezuelan political and media leaders have marked Nelson Mandela’s passing with tributes, while President Nicolas Maduro has

Venezuelan political and media leaders have marked Nelson Mandela’s passing with tributes, while President Nicolas Maduro has declared three days of mourning.

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ASA Summit Promotes South-South Ties, Regional Integration

Venezuelan foreign minister Elias Jaua speaking at the III Africa – South Americ

The signing of twenty-seven new economic and social agreements between the nations of South America and Africa was the product of three days of meetings held between representatives of more than 60 countries in Equatorial Guinea last week.

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Venezuela to Advise West African Sahrawi Republic on Water Management

(agencies)

Venezuela will provide advice to the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic in the management of water resources in the context of integration policies, solidarity and complementarity, official sources said today.

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Venezuela-Africa Relations “Better than Ever”

(laptailla.com)

Venezuela’s Vice-minister for African Foreign Relations, Reinaldo Bolivar, has described relations between Africa and the South American nation as “better than ever” as the country’s capital took part in celebrations in aid of UNESCO’s seventh worldwide “Africa week”.

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Ecowas Gets U.S.$20 Million From Venezuela to Fight Malaria

The ECOWAS community (archive)

ECOWAS [Economic Community of West African States] and Venezuela have agreed to take measures to execute their 2009 memorandum of understanding (MOU) towards the elimination of malaria in West Africa.

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Venezuela Sends 50 Tons of Food Aid, Five Million Dollars, and Solidarity to Somalia

Venezuelan civilian and military personnel help load cargo headed to Somalia (Agencies).

On Wednesday the Venezuelan government contributed 50 tons in food aid to the people of Somalia currently suffering one of the worst food crises in decades.

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