Indian president worried about Chávez's health
The Indian leader expects that his Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chávez will have enough "strength and courage to overcome his current troubles"
The Indian leader specified that he welcomed as a "positive event" the favorable clinical reports concerning Chávez's "stabilization" after undergoing surgery in Cuba for the fourth time due to his cancer. Mukherjee added that he was praying for Chávez's quick recovery.
In his message, Mukherjee hopes that the Venezuelan leader will have enough "strength and courage to overcome his troubles" and delivered to Venezuela a token of support from the "people of India," Efe quoted.
India-Venezuela relations mostly rely on the energy business.
The can of tuna, formerly a fairly normal pantry staple, has long been missing from stores in Venezuela, especially the domestic brands. When tuna cans, imported or domestic, do occasionally show up on store shelves, prices have increased several fold.