From Cuba’s Prensa Latina, April 24
Venezuela and Iran are preparing a new meeting of their Joint Commission in the next few days to strengthen bilateral strategic ties in several sectors, the Foreign Ministry said Sunday.
The preparatory meeting is being held in Tehran with the presence of Foreign Minister Nicolas Maduro, according to a Foreign Ministry press release.
The head of Venezuelan diplomacy met on Saturday with his Iranian counterpart, Manouchehr Mottaki, and Industries and Mines Minister Ali Akbar Mehrabian, the press release added.
Maduro and Iranian authorities discussed the meeting of the Joint Commission in Caracas, where the two governments will review dozens of agreements on human development, energy, food production, industrialization, technology transfer and housing.
The strategic ties between Caracas and Tehran have been sealed in several meetings between Presidents Hugo Chavez and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
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One thing with Iran I have found of interest lately; mind you I know these two countries are united in leadership just to oppose the US, yet in Iran there was a story not long ago about a attmepted coup in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards…and those of the coup failed.
Soros said once that Iran would be in bloody revolution before the end of the year, could he be setting up these two to move on the US and then take each other out in turn?