Representatives of the Frende Amblio Party Juan Dionicio Rodriguez Restidio; Raman Cephalos of the Modern Revolutionary Party (PRM) and Franklin Martinez of the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD) met with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro at the executive headquarters in Caracas, Venezuela.
Representatives of a large group of delegates from Dominican social organizations who attended the Twentieth Annual Congress of the World’s People’s Conference, held from June 21 to 23, “had the union and solidarity of the people as central axes.”
The Venezuelan president and congressmen discussed regional policy and the integration of the Caribbean people.
The international forum is made up of organizations, social movements and political activists from more than 164 countries, highlighting the contribution of various sectors, spaces for dialogue and discussion, gender diversity and the participation of indigenous peoples, habitats and housing, women’s rights and youth. In other representative themes of the world community.
Later in the meeting, Maduro stressed that relations between the Dominican Republic and Venezuela were not ideological and not diplomatic for the benefit of the people and governments, as well as promised that the President would meet with his rival Louis Abinader together. Contribute to the successful coping of the Govit-19 epidemic.
In the same vein, he thanked the Dominican government for resuming flights between the two countries.
The visit of the officials in Caracas coincided with the state leaders of the Bolivarian Alliance for the People of the United States and the XIX Summit of the Government – which was attended by the leaders of Bolivia. People Trade Agreement (Alpha-TCP)., Louis Ars; From Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega; And from Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro; In addition to the Prime Ministers of Dominica, Roosevelt Skritt; From St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Ralph Gonsalves; And Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez.
Former presidents, Rafael Correa of Ecuador; And Evo Morales from Bolivia, in addition to former Colombian Senator Pythagoras Cordova.