International brigade members are sworn in defense of the Bolivarian Revolution
This Saturday, a total of 40 brigade members belonging to movements and social organizations from 13 countries in Latin America were sworn in as part of the second day of solidarity of the “Che Guevara” Internationalist Brigade.
The Vice-ministers for Latin America and the Caribbean of the People’s Power Ministry for Foreign Relations, Rander Peña and for North America, Carlos Ron were present at the swearing-in ceremony.
“The Bolivarian Revolution has become a just cause of humanity and it’s therefore defended and protected by peoples and organizations”, said Vice-minister Rander Peña.
The first day of solidarity of the Internationalist Brigade “Che Guevara” was held in February, within the framework of the International Assembly of Peoples, its formation, arises as a result of the voluntary work of 1500 international delegates who arrived in the South American country on that date.
These young brigade members seek to combine a political and communicational articulation with the objective of bringing the truth of Venezuela to the world; generate tools for the effective management of information and the execution of specific actions in defense of the self-determination of peoples.
The day saw the visit of the new brigade members through the Cuartel de la Montaña 4F, in the parish 23 de Enero, Caracas.
HOY// Nos encontramos con 40 Brigadistas internacionales de 13 países de America Latina que han venido al país para expresar su solidaridad activa con la Revolución Bolivariana, ahora parten a sus paises y llevan la verdad de Venezuela. ¡Viva la Patria Grande! @NicolasMaduro pic.twitter.com/uHrlVnxrBQ
— Rander Peña (@RanderPena) August 24, 2019