President Nicolás Maduro unveiled in Miranda state the 4,200,000th GMMV houses milestone

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, unveiled this Thursday the 4,200,000th milestone of the Gran Misión Vivienda Venezuela (Great Mission Housing Venezuela – GMVV), located in the municipality of Tomás Lander, Valles del Tuy, in Miranda state.

Of this historic figure, 120 homes belong to the tenth stage of construction of the “Lomas de Guadalupe” Urbanism.

To date, more than 2,500 buildings have been completed.

In this new housing Thursdays journey, the Head of State also inaugurated the National Educational Unit “Cacica Urquía”, an institution located in this urban planning that has an enrollment of 630 boys and girls in the levels of initial and basic education.

He learned that in the Lomas de Guadalupe Urbanism there are 10 community councils, which make up the Commune “In honor of Chávez, united by Guadalupe”.

Earlier, regarding the milestone of the GMVV, the President wrote in his @NicolasMaduro account that the love of the Revolution will continue to guarantee the right to live of Venezuelan families:

The Great Mission Housing Venezuela is the queen of the missions and great missions of the Revolution. In good and bad times, we have guaranteed the most needy families, their right to live by living, because love moves us. Don’t lose faith! We will continue to fulfill dreams!”, He emphasized.

The construction goal for 2022 is 500,000 homes, a figure that is taxed to reach 5 million GMVV buildings by 2024.