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  • Nicolas Maduro adresses governors and mayors during a national meeting on December 29, 2020. Caracas, Venezuela.

    Nicolas Maduro adresses governors and mayors during a national meeting on December 29, 2020. Caracas, Venezuela. | Photo: Twitter/@Mippci

Published 29 December 2020
Opinion

At a meeting with governors and mayors, Maduro highlighted the people's right to access the COVID-19 vaccine and rejected the discriminatory statements by Colombian president Ivan Duque, who recently said that he would not allow the vaccination of the over 5 million undocumented Venezuelan migrants who reside in Colombia.

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro confirmed on Tuesday that his government will vaccinate all the population for free against the COVID-19 pandemic, regardless of their nationality.

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At a meeting with governors and mayors, Maduro highlighted the people's right to access the COVID-19 vaccine and rejected the discriminatory statements by Colombian president Ivan Duque.

"The #Plan200 has several priorities to achieve maximum efficiency in the management of territorial government. For our cities we must assume the challenge of promoting the tangible and intangible construction of 200 Communal Cities and we will work tirelessly until we achieve this."

The Colombian head of state recently said that he would not allow the vaccination of the over 5 million undocumented Venezuelan migrants who reside in Colombia.

On Tuesday Venezuela signed an agreement with Russia to acquire 10 million doses of the Sputnik V vaccine. "We will be able to vaccinate 10 million Venezuelans within 90 days, whom we will prioritize by age, profession, and level of vulnerability," Maduro stressed.

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