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Nicolas Maduro arrives in Havana to attend the ALBA-TCP summit

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Nicolas Maduro Moros, President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, arrives in Havana this Monday night to attend the XX Summit of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of our United States-People’s Trade Agreement (ALBA-TCP). Rated as Summit of Trade Union, Unity and Brotherhood.

In his first words of respect to the Minister of Higher Education Jose Ramon Zaporido at the Jose Marti International Airport, the President of Venezuela recalled that 27 years ago, Generals Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro hugged each other.

“It was an embrace that established this time of change,” he stressed. He called it the alliance formed by the two leaders Alliance, peace, unity, solidarity for our people, for true unity, We must create a new world out of our identity and diversity.

He highlighted how the ALBA countries were able to control COVID-19, pointing out that this was the first summit to discuss the post-epidemic economic, political and social agenda and launch a strong and united 2022. People of the region.

Hours before, attend more regional meetings, Felix Placencia, Venezuela’s Minister for Foreign Relations According to the social networking site Twitter Carlos de Céspedes Piedra, director of the Cuban Foreign Ministry in South America.

Since Sunday, senior officials from member states, especially heads of state and government, have been in Havana this Monday, where Deputy Foreign Minister Josephine Vidal Ferrero reported to local media. “Glad to welcome our Latin American and Caribbean brothers here again in Cuba”.

He described the ALBA-TCP Summit as a “great opportunity to reaffirm our commitment to unity and integration and to share our views and ideas on the development and partnership of our nations in the current context.

Image: OMARA GARCÍA / ACN.

(With information from ACN)

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