Venezuela Counselor and Antonio Guterres address important issues

Kampala, January 21 (Prensa Latina) Today in Kampala, Uganda, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela, Ivan Gil, held a meeting with the Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres, in which they discussed issues of importance.

This meeting came in the context of the third Southern Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Group of 77 and China, the senior diplomat wrote on his account on the social media network X.

He pointed out that in the dialogue they addressed the “urgent need” to transform the global financial system so that it responds to the needs of the countries of the Global South.

Instead, he said, act like a predatory regime that undermines developing countries.

Gil conveyed the greetings of President Nicolas Maduro to the senior UN official and reiterated the Bolivarian government's desire to maintain and strengthen cooperation with the organization and its agencies.

All of this translates into benefits for the most vulnerable people, in common priority areas, the Foreign Office notes on its website.

He noted that at the previous summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Group of 77 and China, which was held in Havana, Cuba, from September 15 to 16, Maduro spoke with Guterres about issues of common concern that concern the multilateral organization.

The source said that the Bolivarian Republic celebrated the opposition of 132 countries last year at the United Nations to use unilateral coercive measures as tools to implement collective punishment against developing countries.

In the Venezuelan Foreign Minister's intervention before the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly, Gil expressed the Bolivarian President's interest in requesting support from the multilateral organization to address the phenomenon of migration flows from a comprehensive and humanitarian perspective.

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs indicated that the senior diplomat proposed holding an international conference in Venezuela without exceptions to reach joint agreements and commitments.


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