“Venezuela is related to the world; more and more recognized, more and more admired, more and more loved; That is our Venezuela, occupying the role that we have in the construction of the new world, of the new world geopolitics, bringing the voice of Venezuela clear, firm and free to the world of equals.”
The words correspond to the president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, regarding the bilateral relations that he had with Heads of State; and diplomatic representatives of the nations that participated in the G77+China World Summit, held in the city of Havana, Cuba.
“The G77+China summit – held in Cuba – has been a global success for Cuba and its leadership before the countries of the Global South, which demonstrates the support that Cuba has in the world, the Cuban Revolution and the union in which we are; That is the family of the South,” he congratulated.
The Venezuelan Head of State provided details of his meetings with his counterparts, reiterating the firm commitment to a world of equals and free of any tutelage.
His first meetings were with the president of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, with whom he established a work agenda for both nations. He also met with the Secretary General of the UN, António Guterres, who in the pleasant meeting was asked to raise his voice to “demand that the United States government lift all its sanctions against Venezuela”, as he said.
President Maduro reported that after the meeting held with his counterpart from Angola, a delegation of experts and investors in mines will soon visit the Venezuelan nation “because Angola has managed to develop the mining issue and we need to develop it even more,” he explained.
The Venezuelan Dignitary when holding meetings with his counterparts from the Dominican Republic, Luis Abinader; and from Honduras Xiomara Castro, reaffirmed the revival of economic, commercial and energy cooperation between Venezuela and the Dominican Republic; as well as the need to revive energy cooperation between Honduras and Venezuela.
Likewise, Maduro met with the president of Nicaragua Daniel Ortega, with the prime minister of Dominica and president of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Roosevelt Skerrit, with the prime minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and also president of the Latin American State Community and Caribbean (CELAC), Ralph Gonsalves.