Venezuela ratifies its commitment to continue cooperation with the United Nations System

This Sunday, the Minister of People’s Power for Foreign Relations, Jorge Arreaza, held a meeting with the High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Matthew Crentsil, at the Yellow House «Antonio José de Sucre» (Seat of the Venezuelan Chancellory), in Caracas, where he ratified the commitment of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to continue coordinated cooperation with the United Nations System, as stated in a press release from the Venezuelan Chancellory.

In this regard, the Venezuelan Chancellor reiterated the disposition and political will of the Bolivarian Government to strengthen joint work with the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, seeking to overcome any situation or incident that may have undermined transparency and harmony in the relationship.

Likewise, the Venezuelan diplomat asserted that there has been a good dynamic of cooperation with the UNHCR office in Venezuela and thanked Crentsil for his work and efforts carried out in the country, within the framework of the programs that the multilateral body develops as part of the Plan of Humanitarian Response agreed with the UN.

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#InPhotos 📸 | Chancellor @jaarreaza ratified the commitment to continue coordinated cooperation with the United Nations system, in a meeting with Matthew Crentsil, representative of the United Nations Agency for Refugees (UNHCR).