Doha, 29 November 2021 (TDI): The Ambassador of Qatar, Rashid bin Mohsin Fetais, met the Vice President of Venezeula, Delcy Rodríguez. The meeting took place on 28 November 2021. The Ministers discussed the bilateral trading and cooperation between the countries.
During this gathering, the heads of the two nations traded good tidings and endorsed the will to reinforce two-sided relations.

The officials declared, “We express gratitude towards the government of Qatar for getting us the good tidings of the President of Venezuela, Rashid bin Mohsin Fetais, and all the Venezuelan public. We keep on advancing the relations of fraternity and participation between the two countries”.

Starting around 1993, Venezuela has kept up with discretionary relations with Qatar dependent on shared regard, fortitude, and participation. The two sides investigated reciprocal collaboration relations and local issues, just as a few matters of premium. In the background, authorities in Venezuela’s official castle and unfamiliar service are campaigning Qatar to press the US government to ease sanctions against Venezuela’s public oil organization PdV. The Qatar Investment Authority’s auxiliary QH Oil Investments paid $4.2bn in November 2018 to secure an 18.93pc stake in Rosneft, making it the Russian organization’s third-biggest investor after Russian state-claimed JSC Rosneftegaz with 50pc and BP’s Russian unit with 19.75pc.

The relations between the Republic of Venezuela and Qatar have been going stronger. In the past five years, agreements had signed between these two countries. The different sides likewise communicated their fulfillment at the standard significant level visits between authorities of the two nations, pushing forward the walk of collaboration in spaces of political, financial, venture, energy, and culture to cutting edge stages.

Between the principal agreements, the countries signed an arrangement for collaboration in the legitimate field, and a Memorandum of Understanding on donning collaboration. As well, a Memorandum of Understanding in the field of air administrations, and a settlement on shared regulatory help to empower the appropriate use of customs law, between others.