The move comes as the country strives to wean itself off Russian natural gas in response to Moscow's attack on Ukraine.
Hungary and Poland opposed the law, but their opposition did not derail the plan, which needed support from a reinforced majority of 15 countries to become law.
With food costs rising and no fresh supplies of petrol coming in, Sri Lanka continues to be in a debilitating economic crisis since earlier this year.
The signed energy deal will allow co-operation in the field of energy supply and investments by both countries in hydrogen, renewable and nuclear energy.
Lower-income and Black and Hispanic Americans have been hit especially hard since a disproportionate share of their income goes toward essentials such as transportation, housing and food.
The patience of ordinary Germans is wearing thin as the country grows increasingly vulnerable to a severe energy crisis, posing a direct challenge to the Scholz administration.
The Nord Stream 1 pipeline has started annual maintenance, worrying Europe of a possible extended shut down due to the Ukraine conflict.
The European Parliament’s vote to label gas and nuclear as “clean” sources of energy was slammed by environmental groups, who are set to mount legal challenges.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen says the bloc needs to be prepared for a complete cut-off of Russian gas supply amid political stand-off with Russia over the Ukraine conflict.
German official said the G7 was also discussing the need to combine ambitious climate goals with the need for some countries to explore new gas fields.
US President Biden has criticised oil giant Exxon Mobil for not contributing to the nation's economy by pumping more oil to flatten gas prices.
Besides Ankara-Caracas bilateral relations, global and regional matters are set to be discussed between leaders of both countries.
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