President Maduro handed credentials to heads of diplomatic missions in Venezuela

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, presented credentials to the diplomatic bodies in Venezuela this Monday, reiterating that the Bolivarian Homeland aims to continue maintaining relations of cooperation and brotherhood with the world.

«Venezuela’s only aspiration with the world is (to have) relations of cooperation and brotherhood. We deeply believe in the philosophy of dialogue and civilization», said the National President during the activity that took place in Miraflores Palace in Caracas, which also included the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Jorge Arreaza.

He stressed that the peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean are destined to become a power region, and said there will be nothing that stops them.

«There will be no differences, there will be no difficulty, there will be no conflict that will stop the course of Latin America and the Caribbean, and this beloved Venezuela, towards its great destiny of (being a) power region, a power block. We need to aspire to that», he said, while affirming that the main task of this bloc would be to direct its efforts towards peace, cooperation, complementarity and solidarity aimed at the well-being of the Peoples in all economic, educational and cultural scopes.

He reiterated his request to all the Governments of the World to support in Latin America and the Caribbean the request for an urgent, closed doors Presidential Summit, in order to address the issue of peace in Venezuela and the recent threats it has received by the United States.

Among the ambassadors that received the credentials are: Sandra Noriega, from Guatamala; Kenji Okada, from Japan; Ngo Tien Dung, from Vietnam; Ghasan Abbas of Syria; Jesús Silva, from Spain; and Romain Nadal, of France, among others.