Latin American local governments come together in a common front in favor of the peoples
This Saturday, at the end of the agenda’s activities of the Meeting of Local Governments and Participatory Democracy, in Caracas, the delegates from Latin America and the Caribbean held an exchange meeting and a summary of the day.
The leaders discussed the challenges and tasks of the leftist outposts in Latin America.
Likewise, they reviewed the objectives to be achieved in this new alliance, in order to guarantee not only the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela, but in the rest of the countries of the region.
“In our hands lies the responsability to save and protect the Bolivarian Revolution (…) we must be like a block, like a contention wall before the attacks of imperialism”, said Gissela Chalá, Deputy-mayor of Pichincha-Ecuador.
The Foreign Minister of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, also joined the meeting of leaders, who highlighted the importance of the event and the mutual support among the peoples.
“This must be a mutual gratitude, not a single part (…) you are the support where we have government”, Minister Arreaza added.
Similarly, he said that we must be aware of the processes and take care of them.
“We have come a long way and what we need is to recover the great dream of the Liberator Simón Bolívar, a common project at all levels”, said the Foreign Minister.
At the end of the day of the Latin American Meeting of Popular Governments and Participatory Democracy, Minister Arreaza also affirmed that this is the century of the peoples of our America.
“This is the century of the peoples of our America and we have to prove it (…) we are sure that this Meeting is a contribution for the liberation of our peoples”.
It should be noted that parallel to this meeting of balance, there were two more meetings between the Foreign Minister Arreaza and the delegations of Ecuador and Mexico, to take to a higher level the proposals and alliances from the local governments, hand by hand with the People’s Power.