KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 6 (Bernama) — Venezuela seeks opportunities to expand ties with the new Malaysian Government and hopes to see cooperation in energy and the oil and gas (O&G) sectors in the near future.
Its Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs for Asia, The Middle East and Oceania, Ruben Dario Molina said the new political landscape after Pakatan Harapan won the 14th General Election in May, would enable the possibilities of exportation from Venezuela, especially in the O&G segment.
“We would want to deepen our relationship as we do have the respect for this country, what more with the newly-installed administration.
“On this particular field, we foresee possibilities that both countries can work together and encourage more businesses coming in from Malaysia. We do also have the high interest on ASEAN in this development as Malaysia is a key member state of the region.”
He was speaking to Bernama following a visit to the Malaysian National News Agency’s headquarters in Wisma Bernama here today.
Earlier, the vice-minister, accompanied by Venezuelan Ambassador to Malaysia, Manuel Guzman was briefed by Bernama Deputy Editor-in-Chief (International News Service) Ahmad Zukiman Mohd Zain. Also present was Executive Editor (International News Service)
Fuente: Malasyan National News