"Tomorrow, the meeting will be between the foreign ministers," Ramirez said.
Relations between Caracas and Moscow are "very strong," Ramirez noted, explaining that Russia and Venezuela have many shared geopolitical interests.
"[We] have a lot of agreements on cooperation in the economic sphere, military cooperation and the oil sector," the ambassador said.
Politically, Venezuela and Russia share common ground, as both countries seek a "multipolar world" where "not only the United States is conducting everything," Ramirez stated.
Venezuela remains one of Russia’s strongest trading partners in Latin America. In 2015, Venezuela imported more than $3.2 billion in arms from Russia, according to independent arms sales analysts. Venezuela was also a strong advocate, along with Russia, in calling for a freeze in oil production by the Organization for Petroleum Exporting Countries earlier this year, as low oil prices strained both nations’ economic growth.