Caracas: The president of the National Assembly (Parliament) of Venezuela, Jorge Rodríguez, denounced a conspiratorial agenda promoted from Colombia by US diplomatic personnel and elements of the extreme right, Radio Habana Cuba publishes.
Caracas: Presidents Nicolas Maduro and Vladimir Putin reaffirmed their commitment on Friday to maintaining cooperation between Venezuela and Russia to jointly fight the Covid-19 pandemic, Prensa Latina reports.
Venezuela: The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, reiterated his government’s willingness to establish an open and inclusive political dialogue with the US administration of Joe Biden, Radio Habana Cuba reports.
Caracas: The Foreign Minister of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, assured that this nation is today the center of the geopolitical interests of imperialism, with the United States at the head.
Cuba: Cuban Deputy Prime Minister Ricardo Cabrisas valued the progress of the Comprehensive Cuba-Venezuela Cooperation Agreement as satisfactory as strength of social benefit, Radio Reloj reports.
Venezuela: The vice president of Venezuela, Delcy Rodríguez, denounced the provocation and threat of the United States to regional sovereignty and stability, based on the development of joint military exercises with Guyana, Radio Reloj reports.
Venezuela: The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, called on the population to take precautionary measures to avoid contagion of Covid-19, at the beginning of the week of easing the quarantine, Radio Reloj reports.
Venezuela: The vice president of Venezuela, Delcy Rodríguez, signed the contract for the acquisition of the Russian vaccine Sputnik V, which will immunize 10 million people against the coronavirus, Radio Reloj reports.
Havana: The president of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, congratulated Venezuela today for the victory of the Great Patriotic Pole in the parliamentary elections on Sunday in that country, Prensa Latina publishes.
Caracas: Venezuelan democracy stands out today as the great winner of the legislative elections held the day before in the South American nation, beyond the results from the polls, Prensa Latina publishes.