22 | 09 | 2019

The Bolivarian National Armed Force, through its highest administrative body, the People’s Power Ministry for Defense, issued a communiqué in rejection for the attack perpetrated this Sunday in the border state of Amazonas -Southern region of the country- by a paramilitary group, in which 3 members of the Bolivarian National Guard were killed, and a dozen officials were wounded.

The General in Chief of the National Armed Force, Vladimir Padrino Lopez, spoke about the incident in his twitter account @vladimirpadrino, and called for justice for the fallen soldiers.

Three members of the Bolivarian National Guard (GNB) died and a dozen of them were wounded, including two officers, in an attack perpetrated this Sunday by a paramilitary group in the border state of Amazonas, in the south of the country, informed the People’s Power Minister for Defense, General in Chief Vladimir Padrino López.

The military authority denounced, through his Twitter account @ vladimirpadrino, that the infamous crime arose in retaliation after the capture of nine Colombian paramilitaries, who had war weapons and consequently were ordered by the Public Ministry.

The Bolivarian government evaluated future bilateral cooperation schemes in air services for Venezuela, within the framework of the China-Venezuela High Level Joint Commission (HLJC).

On Sunday, a delegation headed by the Minister of Foreign Trade and International Investment, Yomana Koteich, the Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture, Dante Rivas and the Venezuelan ambassador to China, Ivan Zerpa, made a visit to the Commercial Aircraft Corporation in Shanghai China (COMAC), in order to evaluate possible agreements to expand operating networks and air services in Venezuela and the Latin American continent.

CP of Venezuela announced that Luis Fajardo member of the Central Committee of PCV, a leader of the peasant movement and another PCV member have been murdered by gunfire. 

According to announcement made by Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV), Luis Fajardo member of the Central Committee of PCV and one of the leaders of the peasant movement and another PCV member Javier Aldana have been murdered by gunfire. 

This Friday, 65 Venezuelans were repatriated from Bucaramanga, Republic of Colombia, thanks to the Plan Vuelta a la Patria, which has been developed by the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela for nationals who suffer xenophobia, discrimination and abuse abroad.

Just a month away from celebrating Christmas, a time of reconciliation and family unity, the Plan Vuelta a la Patria continues with the repatriation of Venezuelans who emigrated to other latitudes in pursuit of better living conditions, an action that resulted in disappointment for the compatriots who suffered the ravages of rejection, xenophobia, discrimination and mistreatment of those who were once sheltered in the Homeland of Bolívar.

The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, conferred on Thursday the titles to 880 graduates of the Simón Rodríguez educational micromission in different areas of teaching, in an event held at the Theatre of the Military Academy in Fuerte Tiuna, which included the presence of Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza; the People’s Power Minister for Education, Aristóbulo Istúriz, and the People’s Power Minister for University Education, Science and Technology, Hugbel Roa.

On Tuesday, the National Constituent Assembly (ANC) of Venezuela approved a Constituent Agreement in rejection of the European Parliament’s recent interventionist actions against the people and the democratic institutions of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

In this document, the legislative body, first of all, ratifies the firm determination to defend sovereignty, independence and democracy as the only way to build in peace and stability, which Venezuelans reaffirmed on May 20 when they reelected Nicolás Maduro as President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, through the Vice-minister of Foreign Relations for Latin America, Alexander Yáñez, delivered on Wednesday a Note of Protest to the Chargé d’Affaires of the Argentine Republic, Eduardo Porreti, in rejection of the insulting expressions issued by Chancellor Jorge Faurie, against the Venezuelan people, in the Commission of Foreign Relations and Worship of his nation, on October 29.

The president of the National Constituent Assembly (ANC), Diosdado Cabello, condemned on Wednesday the interference of the Spanish Congress in the internal affairs of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

“Our people are being besieged and I take the opportunity to categorically reject any attempt by the Spanish parliament to get involved in the internal affairs of Venezuela” he said from Monagas, where he commemorates the bicentenary of the passage of the Liberator Simón Bolívar by that entity.

The event, which is part of a series of activities to be carried out in the South American country related to the Association of Southeast Asia (ASEAN), consisted in a broad and detailed presentation on the accession mechanism, which provides political coordination and integration by the Ambassadors of the member countries accredited before the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela: Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam.

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