Bolivarian Government and Red Cross sign agreement to strengthen potable water service

The Minister of People’s Power for Water Care, Evelyn Vásquez, and the head of the Delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Leticia Courtois, signed an Inter-institutional Cooperation Agreement to strengthen the service of potable water, in favor of the welfare of the Venezuelan people.
The information was released by the ministerial entity through its official account on Twitter.
“For the welfare of the people of Bolívar and Chávez and following instructions from the leader of the Revolution @NicolasMaduro, our Minister @EvelynB_Vasquez signed a cooperation agreement with the International Committee of the Red Cross #Anti-imperialisticVenezuela”
The agreement includes a series of joint, broad and non-restrictive activities, which are planned to be carried out in a coordinated manner between the two institutions.
The agreement also provides for the creation of a Technical Coordinating Commission, with representation from each party, which will hold periodic follow-up meetings to assess compliance and its impact.
It should be noted that this Agreement may be added to each work plan that is agreed between the parties, as a collaboration activity is identified that will be detailed taking into account the available resources.