In the Simón Bolívar room of the Foreign Ministry of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, the 21st meeting of the Inter-Institutional Coordination Committee that follows up the Cooperation between the South American nation and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) was held.
During the session this Wednesday; headed by the Executive Secretary of the National Human Rights Council, Larry Devoe and the coordinator in Venezuela of the OHCHR, Helene Devaux; A balance of all the activities carried out in 2021 was made.
In addition, the representatives of both parties worked “on the document that contains the technical assistance and cooperation activities that will be carried out as of January”, Davoe said.
In this regard, he stated that it is planned to further strengthen the institutions and the human rights model that Venezuela has, highlighting that the technical support and assistance provided by the OHCHR “will allow addressing the current challenges”.
The People’s Power Ministry for Foreign Relations, on behalf of the Venezuelan State, signed with the OHCHR, led by Michelle Bachelet, a Letter of Understanding in 2019, renewed for another year in 2020 and 2021, to cooperate and provide technical assistance in a coordinated manner in the processes susceptible to violation of human rights in the country.