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Articles of Venezuela
Cuban Foreign Ministry condemns aggression against Venezuelan and Bolivian delegations in Buenos Aires
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba has learned with surprise and indignation of reports from Buenos Aires regarding the use of physical aggression against the delegations of Venezuela and Bolivia, who were attending today, December 14, 2016, a MERCOSUR meeting, an organization of which the first country is a member state and the second is in the process of entry.
In the Teatro Principal, situated close to the legendary Plaza Bolívar in the center of the city, health, education, sports, culture and other sector professionals celebrated the strong ties of friendship between two revolutions evidenced by bilateral cooperation offering concrete benefits to both peoples.
Statement by Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, at the Ministerial Meeting of the XVII Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement
The countries of the South needed a profoundly anti-colonialist, anti-imperialist and anti-racist organization, advocating for the sovereignty and self-determination of peoples, justice and International Law, in favor of the peaceful settlement of conflicts and general and complete disarmament.
Opening today, September 13, in Isla de Margarita, Venezuela, is the 17th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), the second largest international organization in the world, composed of 120 member countries representing 2/3 of the United Nations’ membership.
With an impressive mobilization in the streets of this capital city, the revolutionary people of Venezuela confirmed their support to the Bolivarian government and rejection of violence, frustrating a coup offensive announced for September 1 by the opposition leadership.
Venezuela has reopened a pedestrian border crossing into Colombia from San Antonio del Tachira, in the western state of Tachira. It marked the second time this month that the President Nicolas Maduro administration has decided to reopen the crossing, since a group of some 500 women all dressed in white tried to break their way through a military cordon there on July 5th.
The willingness of President Nicolás Maduro and his representatives to resume a national dialogue in Venezuela was described as positive by the General Secretariat of the Union of South American Nations (Unasur).
The presence in Cuba of a delegation of 71 trade representatives, participating in a Business Forum inaugurated July 7 in Havana, demonstrates both countries’ interest in exploring new aspects of bilateral relations.
Venezuela declared its independence from Spain 205 years ago, with a statement adopted by a congress of Venezuelan provinces on July 5, 1811. The signing of this document was the continuation of the popular movement initiated on April 19, 1810, by the Municipal Council of Caracas.
Cuba and Venezuela will increase investment in tourism, the oil and iron and steel industries, among other sectors, Venezuelan Minister of Foreign Trade, Jesús Faría, noted yesterday, Wednesday, June 15, during an economic forum held with Cuban representatives.