By Mumin Altas</p>    <p>CARACAS (AA) - Turkish and Venezuelan vice president on Friday agreed to bolster relations between their countries.</p>    <p>Fuat Oktay met Venezuela’s Delcy Rordiguez to discuss bilateral economic cooperation. </p>    <p>During the meeting, the duo agreed to increase Turkey's national flag carrier Turkish Airlines' flights to Venezuela.</p>    <p>Turkish Airlines currently flies From Turkey to Venezuela three days in a week.</p>    <p>Turkish Airlines, founded in 1933, flies to 306 destinations in 124 countries with its fleet of 332 aircraft including passenger and cargo planes.</p>    <p>In addition, Oktay and Rordiguez also agreed that cargo flights to Venezuela should also begin.</p>    <p>Oktay went to Venezuela to attend Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's oath-taking ceremony on Thursday.</p>    <p>The oath-taking ceremony was held in the capital Caracas for Maduro, who was re-elected last May.</p>    <p>The 56-year-old leader first took office in 2013 after his predecessor Hugo Chavez died and will govern Venezuela for another six years.</p>    <p>As part of his visit to Caracas, Oktay also met several officials from South America.