President Maduro qualified visit of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights as successful

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, held a meeting with the High Commissioner for Human Rights (DDHH) of the United Nations (UN), Michelle Bachelet, who ended her stay in Venezuela on Friday.
During the meeting held at Miraflores Palace, the Head of State made known the impact caused by the coercive and unilateral measures imposed by the United States (US) against the nation, which resulted in an economic blockade and financial.
In the same way, were made visible the advances of the integral social policies promoted by the Bolivarian Revolution to guarantee the protection of the Venezuelan people.
“After having talked almost two hours with Dr. Michelle Bachelet, it was a good visit. (…) We have taken a first step towards a fluid relationship of cooperation for the Human Rights of Venezuelans, if that progress has been a success for Venezuela and the Human Rights System”, he said.
The National President emphasized his willingness as Head of State and Government to take with all seriousness the suggestions and recommendations of the High Commissioner, so that in Venezuela he would deprive an ever better Human Rights system.
Bachelet arrived in the country last Wednesday with the aim of establishing new cooperation mechanisms, with the purpose of strengthening policies on human rights in Venezuela.
During her stay, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights met with Minister Arreaza; as well as with the sectoral vice presidents of Political Sovereignty, Security and Peace, Vladimir Padrino; for Social and Territorial Development, Aristóbulo Istúriz, and for Planning, Ricardo Menéndez, who denounced the systematic attack of the United States Government on the national economy.
The UN representative also met with authorities of the country’s justice institutions, including the ombudsman, Alfredo Ruiz; the president of the Supreme Court of Justice, Maikel Moreno, and the Attorney General of the Republic, Tarek William Saab.