This Friday, an extraordinary telematic meeting was held with the participation of the Vice-minister for Asia, the Middle East and Oceania, Capaya Rodríguez González and the Vice-minister for Anti-Blockade Policies of the People’s Power Ministry for the Economy, Finance and Foreign Trade, William Castillo Bollé.
The meeting was also attended by the ambassadors of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela accredited to the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Syrian Arab Republic, namely Carlos Alcalá Cordones and José Biomorgi Muzattiz, respectively, who offered relevant information on the progress made by these countries in their national development programs despite the cruel and inhumane sanctions imposed by the United States and its Western partners.
In this successful first meeting, Vice-minister Castillo shared details about the intensive work being carried out by the National Observatory for unilateral coercive measures. Vice-minister Rodríguez, for her part, presented the strategic and geopolitical schedule that her office executes aligned with the Anti-Blockade Law and other national plans, in order to face the financial persecution which Venezuela is under, totally in violation of the norms of international humanitarian law, leaving a negative impact on the quality of life of the people.
She also took the opportunity to emphasize the need to extend relations with allied and friendly countries with a view to develop a comprehensive information system at the disposal of Venezuela and the peoples subjected to these aggressions, highlighting, in the same way, that the The Anti-Blockade Law opens the doors to joint work between the public and private sectors, allowing the promotion and increase of economic-commercial activity.
Likewise, it is noteworthy that the aforementioned heads of mission carried out a historical overview of the scope of the sanctions in both Iran and Syria, while reflecting on the courage and creativity with which both States have overcome social and economic difficulties that this type of multidimensional aggression has generated over the years.
As a result of this first meeting, it was agreed to hold a next one to refine the collaboration and the action plan between the participating authorities, incorporating the International Center for Productive Investment, a new institution of the Bolivarian Government, led by the Vice-minister for Foreign Trade, Hector José Silva Hernandez.