Foreign Minister Arreaza: We will defend ourselves by all means

In an interview with the newspaper Caracas, the Foreign Minister of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, explained what are the channels and methods used by the Bolivarian Government to defend and combat the effects of the financial and commercial blockade imposed by Donald’s administration which has become official in recent days.

Venezuela at the forefront of systematic reflection on slavery reparations

In the framework of the closing of the Seminar on Reparations of Slavery and Colonization, which took place during three days in the Casa Amarilla, in Caracas; This Thursday, Yuri Pimentel, Vice-minister for Africa of the People’s Power Ministry for Foreign Relations, said that Venezuela is the only country in the world that, driven by its government, is currently developing a systematic reflection on the issue of reparations.

University sector signs against the US blockade

Students, professors, workers and administrative staff of the university sector join this Monday the global campaign No More Trump carried out by the Bolivarian Government, in rejection of the executive order signed in early August by the president of the United States, Donald Trump, in which he imposed to freeze all the assets of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela that are in the Northern nation.

Venezuela participates in the VIII Assembly of the Peoples of the Caribbean in Trinidad and Tobago

Movements and social organizations of Venezuela participate from this Thursday, August 15, along with 14 other countries of the region, in the VIII Assembly of the Peoples of the Caribbean, which takes place in Trinidad and Tobago until Monday 19, in order to “Face the imperialist agenda and strengthen our resistance and unity”.

Foreign Minister Arreaza signs for the Homeland and against the interference of Donald Trump

From Plaza Bolívar in Caracas, and under the slogan #NoMoreTrump, # NoMásTrump, the Foreign Minister of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, stamped his signature on the protest card against the criminal and illegal commercial and financial blockade imposed by the government from Donald Trump to the Venezuelan people, after President Nicolás Maduro announced the World Campaign to protest against Donald Trump last week.

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