Las relaciones diplomáticas Venezuela - África (1969-1979)

Norbert Molina Medina
January 2010
Humania del Sur;ene-jun2010, Vol. 5 Issue 8, preceding p109
Academic Journal
In the 70's from the last century, the first steps for the establishment of the Venezuelan diplomatic relations with some African countries appeared. At this year, 2010, we are celebrating 40 years of political, economic, social and cultural rapprochement. In this sense, our contribution is given by analyzing the most important aspects that characterize the exterior policy of the Rafael Caldera (1969- 1974) and Carlos Andrés Pérez (1974-1979) governments; with the purpose of strengthening relations of friendship, exchange and cooperation with some current Africans republics.


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