Foreign Vice-minister for Multilateral Affairs, Rubén Darío Molina, held a meeting on December 29 with the chief of delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross to the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Arnaud de Baecque.
At the meeting, the two authorities assessed the cooperation and technical assistance received by Venezuela as a member of the ICRC.
Also, they reviewed issues they will be working on in 2022 “through a very respectful, constructive relation,” said Molina after the meeting.
Recently, Venezuela and the International Committee of the Red Cross endorsed the renewal of the cooperation agreement on drinking water and sanitation management for 2021-2023 in order to ensure the people’s access to clean water in the face of the unilateral coercive measures imposed by the U.S. government.
Likewise, the Bolivarian Government and the ICRC signed an agreement on the reunification of Venezuelan children and teenagers abroad with their relatives as part of the ICRC’s cooperation with the South American country.