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Rodriguez: Venezuela should enter the BRICS system this year

Rodriguez: Venezuela should enter the BRICS system this year

The Executive Vice President of the Republic, Delci Rodríguez, presided over the event of the National Economic Council of Production, in which he met with businessmen and producers from different sectors of the state of Anzodegui, in which he revealed that he should be in Venezuela this year. Part of BRICS.

During his speech, the senior official highlighted that “it is official” and that when membership was expanded last year, our country had to enter the bloc.

In this sense, he emphasized, the BRICS has already surpassed the G-7 group. Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and others have already joined, and Venezuela is going to officially enter this year,” he stressed.

He announced that the country would start exporting gas for the first time in the history of the republic. “There will be surprises in gas, and very soon Venezuela will start exporting gas for the first time in its history,” Rodriguez said.

A call to diversify the economy

The Executive Vice President called on the national businessmen to diversify the country’s economy, put aside the export model and take advantage of national production. “The country needs to import less imports and more national production, diversify the economy and we have achieved this through the blockade, imagine if there were no criminal sanctions,” he assured.

He highlighted that with the policies of the Bolivarian government, Venezuela can overcome the blockade and provide loans to large companies and small businesses today.

The National Productive Economic Council – Eastern Region – held in the municipality of Diego Bautista Arbaneja in the state of Anzotegui, was attended by 17 of the country’s 21 governors, representatives of the Fedecamaras, Coindustria, economic officials and businessmen from the country’s east.

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