“Today sound stronger the words that Commander Chávez assumed and replied: ‘Let’s not change the climate, let’s change the system!'” reflected the president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, early this Tuesday, on the thought of the leader of the Bolivarian Revolution, this on the occasion of his participation in the World Summit of Leaders of the 27th Conference on Climate Change (COP27).
Thus was expressed by the national president through his account on the Twitter social network, @NicolasMaduro. In the published message he added: “This year, Latin America has suffered the strong ravages of the rains: landslides, floods and landslides.”
“This year, Latin America has suffered the heavy blows of the rains: landslides, floods and landslides. Today sound stronger the words that Commander Chávez assumed and replied “Let’s not change the climate, let’s change the system!”
– Nicolás Maduro (@NicolasMaduro) November 8, 2022
Previously, during the meeting held with the President of the Republic of Colombia, Gustavo Petro, the Venezuelan Head of State stressed the responsibility of the South American men and women in stopping the destruction of the Amazon and initiating an orderly and efficient recovery process, for forest regeneration.
In relation to this, the president of Colombia highlighted the importance of the ecosystem for the well-being of humanity, and stressed that North and South America must dialogue in order to build a joint path for the recovery of the Amazon.