Pope Francis sent a message of support for dialogue in Venezuela

From the Vatican, Pope Francis sent a fraternal message to the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro and to the Venezuelan people, betting on the success of the table of dialogue promoted by the Bolivarian Government with the opposition.
This was reported on Sunday by the Spanish journalist and writer, Ignacio Ramonet, during his participation in the program “Contacto Con Maduro” (Contact with Maduro) from La Victoria, Aragua state.
“I was at the Vatican for the last ten days at the Third Encounter of Social Movements, the Pope sends a message of love and friendship to you and to the Venezuelan people and its commitment to dialogue,” said Ramonet.
The journalist also referred to the “Venezuela: Indestructible Heart” campaign as part of the new communication policy, and praised the proposal of President Nicolás Maduro to make a revolution in the media.
“We are in another era of communication, I think that the directive that there should be a greater presence of the revolutionary discourse in the new media is absolutely capital,” explained the journalist.