This Thursday, Minister Jorge Arreaza held a meeting with the British ambassador in Caracas, Andrew Soper, in order to dialogue on the recently approved anti-blockade law.
This was announced by the Venezuelan Chancellory through its Twitter account, where they stated that “Arreaza had a cordial meeting with the United Kingdom’s ambassador, Andrew Soper, in which they reviewed bilateral relations and the content of the Antiblocking Law presented. by President Nicolás Maduro, for oculomic stability”.
On October 13, the Anti-Blockade Law for National Development and the Guarantee of the Rights of the Venezuelan People was presented by Vice President Delcy Rodríguez and Chancellor Arreaza to the diplomatic corps accredited in Venezuela and to the Venezuelan representation abroad.
This legal instrument “is a necessary legal response from the Venezuelan State, in perfect harmony with International Law, which will allow the creation of mechanisms to improve the nation’s income and generate rational and adequate incentives, under flexible controls, to stimulate internal economic activity and the celebration of productive alliances through foreign investment, that favor national development”, said the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro.