Nicolas Maduro arrives in Havana for the ALBA-TCP Summit

Photo: OMARA GARCÍA / ACN.

Nicolás Maduro Moros, President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, arrived in Havana on Monday night to participate in the 20th Summit of the Bolivarian Alliance of the Peoples of North America – ALBA-TCP, which will take place tomorrow. categorized as Summit of union, solidarity and brotherhood.

In his first words at Jose Martí International Airport, where Jose Ramon Saporido, Minister of Higher Education, met with military honor, the Venezuelan president recalled that 27 years ago, the two leaders Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro embraced here.

“It was a hug that underpinned all this time of change,” he stressed. The alliance created by both leaders called An alliance of our peoples for peace, unity, integration and true solidarity, To build a new world of our identity and diversity.

He explained how ALBA countries were able to control Covid-19, noting that this is the first summit that discusses an economic, political and social plan for the post-pandemic and begins with a strong and unified 2022, in reference to the peoples of the region.

Hours before, as well as to participate in the regional appointmentMr. Felix Plasencia, Minister of People’s Power for Foreign Relations of Venezuela, has arrived, As reported on Twitter by Carlos de Céspedes Piedra, Director of South America at the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Since Sunday, senior officials from member states, in particular the heads of state and government on Monday, have arrived in Havana, where Deputy Minister for Foreign Relations Josefina Vidal Ferrero, in remarks to local media, said, It gives me great pleasure to “welcome again our brothers from Latin America and the Caribbean here, in Cuba”.

Regarding the ALBA-TCP summit, he stressed that it will be a favorable occasion to “reaffirm our commitment to unity and integration, exchange views and viewpoints on the development of our countries in the current situation, and create that allow us to face the adverse conditions in the post-pandemic stage.”

Photo: OMARA GARCÍA / ACN.

(with information from ACN)

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