October 4, 2022


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Venezuela will maintain strategic alliances with other countries in 2022

President Nicolas Maduro has promised that Venezuela will pursue the same foreign policy as it does today, with a view to strengthening strategic alliances with other countries and regional organizations.

Earlier in the day before the National Assembly, the President reiterated that this South American country would not go back a millimeter in alliance with emerging powers.

He thanked the Allies and assured them that Venezuela had achieved its goal of vaccinating against the Govt.

He highlighted the assistance of Cuba, China and Russia during the Govt-19 epidemics, which made it possible to control it and the country’s high immunization rates (95 percent).

He called on all people to unite in protecting the nation, history and national identity.

He also said that the Bolivarian Alliance for the People of America – the People’s Trade Agreement (ALBA-TCP) would promote important projects in the production of food, medicine and vaccines.

He stressed that the regional body was already a moral, diplomatic force and would soon become an economic power, and urged member states to revive the vital projects that had given life to the alliance.

“The ALBA-TCP will travel across the Caribbean to serve its sister countries,” Maduro said.

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