National Assembly authorizes new Venezuelan ambassadors to African countries

During the ordinary session of the National Assembly, reports were presented for the authorization of new Venezuelan ambassadors to the African continent. In an act that reflects the commitment of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to peace diplomacy and the strengthening of international relations, among them: Regzeida Elena González Herrera, Jesús Alberto García and Reinaldo José Bolívar, who were appointed by President Nicolás Maduro Moros, as representatives to the brotherly countries of Africa.

In this sense, deputy Gilberto Giménez presented the report for the appointment of citizen Jesús Alberto García as ambassador to the Republic of Benin, with concurrence before the Republic of Cóte d’Ivoire, Republic of Ghana, Togolese Republic and as Permanent Representative before the International Cocoa Organization (ICCO).

Likewise, deputy Edgardo Ramírez presented the report for the designation of citizen Reinaldo José Bolívar as Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary ambassador to the Republic of Tunisia and concurrent to the State of Libya.

For his part, deputy Roy Daza presented citizen Regzeida Elena González, as the new ambassador to the Republic of Senegal, concurrent for the Republic of Cape Verde and the Republic of Gambia.