Head of State affirms third OBE congress has been a total success

On a journey marked by the enthusiasm and active participation of youth, the president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, led the closing of the Third Congress of the Bolivarian Student Organization (OBE), which he described as a resounding success. The event, which brought together more than 700 delegates, stood out for its focus on building a promising future for the country’s youth.

During the congress, which included debates in various educational institutions nationwide, topics of relevance to the student body were addressed, such as the creation of spaces for sports, culture, art and leisure. In this sense, the president reaffirmed his commitment to Venezuelan youth, and assured that they have their full support to carry out these initiatives.

The integration between the OBE and the Venezuelan Federation of Secondary Education Students (Fveem) was another of the key points mentioned by the Venezuelan leader, who stressed the importance of comprehensively addressing the needs and aspirations of all young people:

Building from the classroom, from the parish and revitalizing the OBE as a pool of leaders for the country of the present, but, above all, for the country of the future,” he stated.