“We must believe in our people's human, scientific, professional, and intellectual capabilities,” President Maduro saidFull Story
They analyzed options to establish new cooperation mechanisms for shared development.Full Story
Venezuelan statements on the Essequibo issue do not constitute a threat to "the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Guyana," Foreign Affairs Minister Gil explained.
Around 40 countries expressed their desire to join BRICS. Among them are Argentina, Bolivia, Cuba, Honduras, and Venezuela.
They also criticized the conditions of Alex Saab's captivity at the Federal Detention Center in Miami.
Maduro reiterated that for Venezuela, the basis for dialogue with the Government of Guyana is the Geneva Agreement, signed in 1966.
Last Saturday the Minister of Interior and Justice, Remigio Ceballos announced the complete dismantling of the international criminal organization "Aragua Train."
The United Socialist Party of Venezuela declared itself on full alert for the defense of this territory.
He denounced the aggression of the U.S. government, Exxonmobile and the Southern Command that wants to turn Guyana into a military base.
"We stand in solidarity with the Cuban people and authorities," Venezuelan FM Gil said.
The Third Control Court issued precautionary judicial measures for the protection of Yapacana Park and authorized the FANB to dismantle illegal mining camps.