Ahead of his 2nd term inauguration Jan.10, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has received the backing of his Latin American counterparts, including Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel.
President Nicolás Maduro will be sworn in on January 10 before the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) for his next term, which will run from 2019-2025, and several world leaders have declared a public show of faith for the Venezuelan leader.
Several world leaders will be in attendance at the event, including Bolivian President Evo Morales, confirmed Foreign Minister Diego Pary during an intervierw with a local radio station.
"President Morales, accompanied by me, will travel to Caracas (Venezuelan capital) on January 9," said the official.
Furthermore, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela confirmed the presence of the Vice President of Turkey , Fuat Oktay.
The Turkish government further reiterated their support after a telephone conversation between President Maduro and his counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, where the Turkish leader expressed his desire to strengthen the ties between the two nations "as well as share the consolidation of a multipolar world, of justice, harmony and peace among nations."
Likewise, the Foreign Minister of Cuba, Bruno Rodríguez, announced that the Executive Miguel Diaz-Canel will head the delegation that will attend the event next Thursday.
Nicolás Maduro was reelected as president of Venezuela on May 20, 2018 by the majority of the population with 5,823,728 votes, which is 67.7 percent of popular support.