Maracay: Venezuela and the U.S. in the coming days reallocated to their respective ambassadors, Bernardo Alvarez and Patrick Duddy, retired last September during the administration of George W. Bush, said the Venezuelan foreign minister Nicolas Maduro. The minister said that the administration of President Barack Obama has shown "all the desire to advance a more fluid communication and improve relations, and we are at the disposal of going forward." For In addition, the State Department spokesman Ian Kelly, said from Washington that "we are making the decisions necessary to meet that goal, and we believe that exchange ambassadors benefit to both countries."
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(INVERSE TRASLATE ONLY FOR THE FUTURE HANDSHAKE) Maracay: Venezuela y EEUU reasignaran en los proximos dias a sus respectivos embajadores, Bernardo Alvarez y Patrick Duddy, retirados en septiembre pasado durante el gobierno de George W. Bush, informo el canciller venezolano Nicolas Maduro. El ministro señalo que la administracion del presidente Barack Obama ha mostrado "todo el deseo para avanzar en una comunicacion mas fluida y mejorar las relaciones, y nosotros estamos en la disposicion de ir hacia adelant". Por su parte, el vocero del Departamento de Estado Ian Kelly, declaro desde washington que "se estan tomando las decisiones necesarias para cumplir con ese objetivo, y creemos que intercambiar embajadores benficia a ambos paises".
Communique of the Chancellery of return on U.S. ambassador by the Ministry of People's Power for Foreign Affairs of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to the Department of State of the United States on the occasion of making his knowledge that the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela has resolved to terminate the measures being imposed on the U.S. Ambassador in Caracas, Patrick Duddy Sir, under the 007763 note verbale of 12 September 2008, on the understanding that, according to the principle of reciprocity The competent authorities of the United States have left no effect similar measures imposed on the Ambassador of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Washington, Mr. Bernardo Alvarez Herrera. The Ministry of People's Power for Foreign Affairs of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela that the direct effect of these decisions with each other, the two ambassadors can return to their duties immediately after delivery of this letter.
South Korean business delegation will visit Venezuela 07:10 AM Seoul .- A delegation of South Korean energy and construction companies, as well as representatives of the Government of Seoul from Sunday to visit various countries in Latin America to strengthen diplomatic and economic ties in the region, Venezuela is the agenda. A score of South Korean officials and businessmen visited the country in addition to Bolivia, Ecuador and Mexico for two weeks, today the South Korean agency Yonhap. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Korea, the visit aims to boost diplomatic ties and trade in the fields of energy, natural resources and climate change, EFE reported. The delegation will travel to the Americas will be composed, among others, responsible for state-owned companies, such as the Korea National Oil Oil, and private, as the divisions of the construction of Posco and GS. Since the South Korean president Lee Myung-bak arrived in power last year has focused its efforts overseas in what has been called "energy diplomacy" to secure agreements allowing the Asian country better access to raw materials. A number of South Korean multinationals operating in the fields of energy in countries like Bolivia or Mexico, although this view with the Asian country seeks to expand its activities in Latin America.