22 | 08 | 2019

“Nothing like Venezuela”, three words that Venezuelans repatriated from the Republic of Peru expressed hours before returning to their country. Their greatest wish is to reunite with their families and give them a hug.

The awakening from false promises

“I came to Peru because my three cousins ​​convinced me”, was what Bianca Luna, a Venezuelan mother with a one-year-old child in her arms, said. Three months was spent by this woman selling coffee and chocolate in a corner for 14 and up to 16 hours a day.

On Tuesday, the Foreign Minister of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, in the company of relatives, revolutionary leaders and ambassadors from 18 countries, paid a heartfelt tribute to the former Vice-minister of Foreign Relations and leader of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Xoan Moya, on the occasion of his recent physical disappearance.

In his speech, the Minister Jorge Arreaza, praised the work of the young leader as a key piece for the construction of the Bolivarian Revolution and the Patriotic Youth.

On Monday, the People’s Power Minister for Defense, Vladimir Padrino López, held a meeting with the Vice President of Turkey, Fuat Oktay, with the aim of strengthening ties of bilateral and military cooperation between both nations for the benefit of the peoples.

This was reported through his twitter account @ vladimirpadrino. He also noted that with this visit he begins a work agenda proposed and ordered by the President of the Republic Nicolás Maduro and the Bolivarian National Armed Forces.

Understanding that the migratory phenomenon in Central America is structural and is not recent, then it is necessary to contrast it with the migration phenomenon that our country is experiencing. For this, the researcher of Misión Verdad, Franco Vielma, was interviewed.

“In Colombia, Venezuelan migration is handled with the status of invasion, this information is disproportionate from every point of view”, said Vielma.

Miraflores Palace.- despite the sabotage of the international right which affected Venezuelan people’s food, the Bolivarian Government of Venezuela will continue the commercial relations with Mexico, assured this Saturday the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro.

The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, headed Saturday the plenary of the Congress of Communes: “Commune Heart of the Homeland” in the Plaza Bicentenario of the Miraflores Palace. In this scenario of People’s Power, the President denounced the interventionist and neocolonialist actions of the European Union.

On the Quito-Caracas return flight, the Venezuelan ambassador to Ecuador, Carol Delgado, was also on board, who was expelled yesterday by the Ecuadorian government.

“I’m going to my Bolivarian Homeland, we do not need 72 hours to leave Ecuador, in less than 24 I’m on my way to my land,” exclaimed Delgado.

The diplomat also noted that there are still representatives of Venezuela in the Embassy.

Cano commented that the company Gold Marketing invested nearly 3 million euros for the recovery of this Ferrominera Orinoco plant that will be in charge of receiving all the coltan that is extracted in the country to concentrate tantalum and niobium, in the front line; as well as tin and zirconium.

“Now, the Venezuelan coltan will have an added value, since the ton of unprocessed coltan has a price on the international market that ranges between 26 and 39 thousand euros; We, with the tantalum oxide, will increase the cost to 157 thousand euros per ton. It is a productive chain of the Mining and Industrial Engine of the Bolivarian Economic Agenda”, emphasized the minister.

The Foreign Minister of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, announced through his Twitter account @jaarreaza the official launch of the web portal of the People’s Power Ministry for Foreign Relations in its English version, where users can learn in detail the information about the Bolivarian Diplomacy of Peace carried out by the National Executive in the world.

The People’s Power Minister for Foreign Relations of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, expressed on Thursday his disagreement with the intolerant actions implemented by the current president of the Republic of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno, on the expulsion of the Venezuelan representative in his country, the ambassador Carol Delgado.

The presidential commissioner for the affairs of the Movement of Non-Aligned Countries (NAM), Samuel Moncada, expressed on behalf of the 120 member states of the Movement that welcome the report of the Special Commissioner, Idriss Jazairy, which highlights the negative repercussions of the unilateral coercive measures in the States affected by these means violating international law and the UN Charter.

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