Foreign Policy Commission will promote in Latin America position against sanctions and blockade

The Permanent Commission on Foreign Policy, Sovereignty and Integration will promote a common position among the parliaments of Latin America and the Caribbean against the sanctions and the economic blockade that faces Venezuela, as reported by the president of the parliamentary instance, deputy Timoteo Zambrano.

During the ordinary meeting of this Wednesday, Zambrano explained that the commission will promote the joint work of the 38 friendship groups to develop a policy of absolute recognition of the new National Assembly (AN) through parliamentary diplomacy with the Latin American and Caribbean Parliament. (Parlatino), the World Interparliamentary Union (IPU), the Parliament of the Common Market of the South (Parlasur) and the Euro-Latin American Parliamentary Assembly (EuroLat).

The parliamentarian stressed the AN has wide international recognition, but aspires to make it unanimous throughout the world. He added that from the Venezuela-United States Parliamentary Friendship Group, chaired by deputy Francisco Torrealba, they will work so that the US Congress induces its government to cease in the sanctions and other unilateral coercive measures against Venezuela.