Bolivarian Government participates in the first Course of Spanish and Venezuelan Culture in Benin
The ambassador of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in the Republic of Benin, Belén Teresa Orsini Pic, participated Tuesday in the inaugural class of the first Spanish and Venezuelan Culture Course, aimed at 25 workers, middle and senior cadres of the Agency for Security of the Air Navigation in Africa and Madagascar (Asecna), Benin headquarters.
This unpublished activity is part of the cooperation initiative between the Bolivarian Government, through the Diplomatic Mission in Benin, and the Asecna, which during the next months will boost the training process that aims to meet the needs and interests of these professionals, to start in this important language, the second most spoken in the world.
The inaugural class, chaired by Asecna’s diplomatic representative, Wilfrid Adjovi and the Venezuelan diplomat, was also conducive to highlighting the Agency’s participation as the only African delegation present at the 1st Air Expo organized in Venezuela.
When addressing those present, Adjovi thanked the willingness to work together with the Venezuelan Embassy in Benin and Asecna, while at the same time witnessing the magnificent organization, synergy and human quality of the authorities and other personalities with whom he had the opportunity to share in occasion of his stay in Venezuela, last October 2019.