In the exercise of the presidency of the Movement of Non-Aligned Countries (NAM), Venezuela led the monthly meeting with the 120 member countries of the Organization in the United Nations (UN), in which the final document of principles and movement positions.
The information was disseminated by the diplomatic representative of Venezuela to the UN, Ambassador Samuel Moncada, on the Twitter social network.
Venezuela assumed the reins of this international organization in 2016, founded in 1961, and which includes 120 nations from Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe and Latin America and the Caribbean.
“At the UN, Venezuela led the meeting of 120 countries where the final document of principles and positions of the Movement of Non-Aligned Countries were agreed upon. We successfully completed more than three months of intense negotiations. We thank our sister States for their cooperation.”
0:07 – Jun 28 2019