President Maduro arrived in Venezuela after participating in historic and successful CELAC summit

The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, arrived at the Simón Bolívar International Airport, located in Maiquetía, La Guaira state, from Kingstown, capital of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, the nation that hosted the 8th Summit of Heads of State and of Government of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac), which the Bolivarian President qualified as historic and successful.

In this regard, as the Dignitary pointed out from the air terminal, at this summit there was a “bright spirit of unity, integration, joint work, with vital issues for our entire region, and strengthening the path that is our path. the path of the liberators of America”, while expressing his motivation for the results of the eighth regional event.

The CELAC summit culminated with the firm conviction that the nations of Latin America and the Caribbean today are more committed to the principles of sovereignty, respect, self-determination of peoples and true international justice.

Regarding this last aspect, the Venezuelan head of State brought to this forum of heads of State and Government a very forceful position regarding what is happening on an international scale, specifically, regarding the genocide against the Palestinian people, demanding the ceasefire together with his colleagues presidents.

In this sense, the President’s call to reflect and take action regarding the role of international justice, was one of the topics that was highlighted on this occasion.

CELAC is today an example of many of the achievements of the Bolivarian Foreign Policy, which contemplates a set of principles, objectives and actions that guide Venezuela’s international relations since President Hugo Chávez came to power in 1999, and are strengthened to this day. days with the mandate of President Maduro.