Mexican deputies visit Venezuela to consolidate bilateral cooperation
According to the Public Prosecutor's Office, the delegation is in the country to meet with several authorities.
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Among the people Mexican officials visited to sure up bilateral relations with Venezuela was the country's Prosecutor General Tarek William Saab.
During the meeting with the parliamentarians, Saab reviewed "all the actions that have led to the prosecution of those responsible for the violence as well as the officials linked to human rights violations."
In addition, according to a press release from the Public Ministry, members of the Venezuela-Mexico Parliamentary Friendship Group were interested in knowing "aspects of the fight against impunity, in a framework of such a marked political conflict, and the assessment of the population with respect to the actions in this sense."
The Mexican delegation was led by José Fernández, who is president of the Friendship Group for Mexico, opposite Tania Díaz, a Venezuelan parliamentarian who also represents the group in the country.
The delegation met on Thursday, Aug. 18, with President Nicolás Maduro at the Miraflores Palace, the seat of the Venezuelan Government, "in order to consolidate a dynamic of cooperation between both nations," informed the press team of the president.
The group also has a work agenda for issues such as "the Amazon, the humanitarian treatment of Venezuelan migration and the political repositioning of Venezuela."
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Carlos Faría also reiterated on Wednesday, Aug. 17 in a meeting with the friendship group of Venezuela's principles of "cooperation and solidarity" with Mexico.