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Caracas, May 27. ABN.- “We expect Italian investments (in Venezuela) and the presence of Venezuela in Italy to be bigger every day”, said President Chávez to conclude the 2º Italian-Venezuelan Council, held on Wednesday in Caracas. The council established the signature of six agreements in terms of economy, industries, finances and infrastructure.

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Caracas, 17 Jun. ABN.- This Thursday begins in Caracas the 31st Session of the Council of Ministers and the 131st Session of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Fund for International Development (OFID).

The OFID is a multilateral development finance institution established in 1976. Its objective is to reinforce financial cooperation between OPEC member countries and other developing countries, by providing financial support to the latter for their socio-economic development and to eradicate poverty from the world, specially in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean.

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aracas, May 26. ABN.- Venezuela and Italy work together in the development of a railway project, which is part of the National Railway Plan Simon Bolivar, said the Venezuelan Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs for Europe Temir Porras.

The statements were made this Wednesday during the inauguration of the Second Meeting of the Italian-Venezuelan Council for Economic Cooperation and Development held in Caracas and aimed at strengthening and expand the cooperation agenda between the two countries on infrastructure, industry and technology transfer.

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Caracas, May 25. ABN.- The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela today formalized a request to the U.S. government for legal cooperation in relation to the case of the 14 Venezuelans detained in the U.S. for allegedly participating in money laundering schemes through the parallel currency exchange market in Venezuela. The request was made through a “ letter rogatory.”

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Caracas, May 20. ABN.- 'In Venezuela there are no cases of anthrax', informed the Collective Health Networks Vice-minister Eugenia Sader, and recalled that anthrax is a bacteria that generally affects hoofed animals, that is, bovine, sheep, goat and buffalo, among others.

'This is an endemic illness common in tropical animals,' she added.