ECLAC Secretary criticized measures imposed by the US on Venezuela

The Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), Alicia Bárcena, criticized the unilateral and coercive measures imposed by the United States government on Venezuela.
During a meeting with the Venezuelan Minister for Planning, Ricardo Menéndez, said she felt confident with the social data presented by the Bolivarian Government.
The meeting was held in Montevideo, capital of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay, regarding the holding of the 16th Conference of Ministers and Chiefs of Planning of Latin America and the Caribbean.
This event discusses the progress of planning in economic and social matters, in addition to the progress in compliance with the agreements signed before the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, under the United Nations System, says the Venezuelan Ministry for Planning in a press release.
In addition to discussing the construction of new models of commercial decolonization, territory, technology and breaking with the imperialist scheme, Venezuela will also seek to promote dialogue and cooperation in planning and public management within the framework of respect for the independence and sovereignty of each country.