From October 9 to 23, it is celebrated at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), in Paris, France; the 207th session of its Executive Council, one of the two governing bodies of the Organization. For two weeks, 58 member states, including Venezuela, will discuss a wide range of issues framed in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. During the General Policy Debate on October 14 and 15, the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela was represented by its permanent ambassador-delegate, Hector Constant Rosales, who in the national speech denounced the impact caused by unilateral and illegal coercive measures, as well as the financial blockade against the Venezuelan country and people, applied by the United States government. In this regard, he said that these interventionist measures increasingly affect Venezuelans, who see how the services that many believed universally acquired are severed. As an example, he said that less than a month ago, US companies blocked the computer services of the National Experimental University “Simón Rodríguez” (Unesr), affecting 120,000 students, which represents an obstacle to the deepening of the scope of the Sustainable Development Goals by the South American nation. Ambassador Constant denounced that “in the case of Venezuela, some intend to sell us a speech and a socio-political model that we should replicate automatically, with the subsequent implications for education and culture. As a curious historical paradox, those who wish to impose such a disgrace on us are the same ones that invade and plunder, destroying entire schools and cultures with the contempt of those who only know how to spread ignorance. Despite the continuous attacks on the economic and social rights of Venezuelans, “both the Bolivarian Government and its people maintain an outstanding will to continue moving forward with optimism. In 2018 alone the enrollment of basic education increased 7% and university education 5% and we continue to secure more than 250,000 scholarships per month. Today Venezuela has 10,500,000 students from initial education to the university subsystem, which represents one third of our entire population. The more they attack our national essence, the more we will know how to resist”, said the Ambassador.