Bolivarian government approves resources to counter economic blockade

The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, led a work meeting on Monday to consolidate the initiatives of the Bolivarian Government to counteract the effects of the economic and financial blockade imposed by the government of the United States and its allies.
From Miraflores Palace, the Head of State designed strategies to strengthen the system of direct distribution of inputs and products and ensure the satisfaction of the needs of the Venezuelan people.
With the articulation of the Mission Bases, Food Houses, Misión Negra Hipolita, Barrio Adentro, and other social programs in conjunction with productive community activities, this Plan will reach every corner of the country.
Below the announcements of President Maduro:
In the first place, with his signature he credited 94,077 million bolivars in favor of the nutritional care programs, feeding houses, “Mamá Rosa” school cafeterias and Centers for Nutritional Recovery and Education (CAREN).
On the other hand, he reported that were paid 69,992 million bolivars for the Mission Negra Hipolita, “to increase its action nationally and for the deep attention of those hit the hardest by life”.
He also reiterated the order to repair 200 Bases of Socialist Missions, a task that has been assumed by the Great Mission Barrio Nuevo Barrio Tricolor, a mission he also congratulated for his extraordinary work leading the rehabilitation programs for public spaces.