Venezuela assumes the presidency of the Latin American and Caribbean Group before Unesco
The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela assumed the presidency of the Latin American and Caribbean Group (Grulac) before the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco), with the commitment to promote regional unity and to represent the Latin American and Caribbean States before the multilateral agency.
Assuming this Presidency, Venezuela reaffirms its readiness to work together with the countries of the region, based on the principles of respect and cooperation that are part of the multilateral acquis and the tradition of the Bolivarian Diplomacy of Peace.
The Vice-presidency of the Board of Directors and the Secretariat are held by Cuba and Nicaragua, respectively. The three countries will work for the regional union, preserving the legacy of Bolívar, Martí and Sandino.