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President Maduro denounces new violent plan against Venezuela

President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, denounced on Monday 7th that a new plan of violence against his country is being created from Colombia. During a meeting with representatives of the Venezuelan Armed Forces, the head of state warned that behind this violent initiative is President Iván Duque and former president Álvaro Uribe Vélez.

“Venezuela wants peace with Colombia and the world, but I say to the Colombian people, to Colombian public opinion: Beware of Iván Duque and Álvaro Uribe Vélez, because they are planning other forms of violence against Venezuela,” he said.

Venezuelans return from Chile with the Return to the Homeland Plan

On Sunday, October 6th, More than 80 Venezuelans boarded a flight from the Venezuelan Consortium of Industrias Aeronáuticas y Servicios Aéreos S.A. (Conviasa) that returned them to Caracas from Santiago, Chile, as part of the return of the homeland plan program.

This is the fourth flight that left Chile since the government of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro implemented the return to the homeland plan in August 2018, which has allowed the return of 15,856 nationals, victims of unfavorable conditions as migrants.

President Nicolás Maduro: We renew consultancy, support and progress contracts with Russia

President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, said that diplomatic relations and socio-productive commitments with Russia are stronger than ever. The declaration of the head of state comes after holding a meeting with Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov, who on behalf of President Vladimir Putin reaffirmed his commitment to diplomatic strengthening and bilateral cooperation.

“We have created new ventures in the economic, technology transfer and participation of Russian companies in National production areas … we renew all the contracts of advice, support and technical-military advancement,” said President Maduro.

 More than 70 US aircraft in Venezuelan air space

The Strategic Operational Command of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (Ceofanb) said on Friday that more than 70 aircraft from the United States have been detected in the Venezuelan airspace.

Through the Twitter account of the security body, its owner Remigio Ceballos said in a video that these planes “have made incursion into the region of flight information without requesting permission, without informing to avoid aeronautical accidents.” Ceballos also noted that about 170 aircraft have been registered that violated the law of control in the integral defense of the airspace of the South American nation.

Venezuela proposes strategic cooperation between OPEC and FPEG

The head of the Venezuelan Ministry of Petroleum, Manuel Quevedo, expressed the intention of the Government of Venezuela to invigorate cooperation from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to the Forum of Gas Exporting Countries (FPEG) and its independent allies.

These statements were offered by the Venezuelan official during the development of the XXI FPEG Ministerial Meeting that takes place in Equatorial Guinea, the central area of ​​the African continent. “We always see cooperation as a fundamental point; cooperation, as it exists in the Declaration of Cooperation of OPEC +, OPEC and non-OPEC countries, we want to extend it to the FPEG,to bring the benefits of managing all market fundamentals”, said Quevedo, who also chairs the forum.

Venezuela reiterates legitimate claim on the Essequibo

The Government of Venezuela issued a statement on Thursday to reiterate its legitimate claim of its sovereignty over the territory of the Guayana Esequiba. “120 years after the nefarious and null decision contained in the Arbitration Award of Paris on October 3, 1899, the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela reiterates with absolute firmness its historical contention on this fraudulent sentence,” the text refers.

In addition, they reiterated that this claim is recognized by the United Nations Organization (UN) through the Geneva Agreement of 1966; This demand was also presented by Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodríguez at the 74th session of the General Assembly.

President Nicolás Maduro: Let’s continue strengthening the axis of the new Latin America and the Caribbean

President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, called on the continuation of the strengthening of the axis to consolidate the new Latin America and Caribbean, through the union of the countries of the region. From the Miraflores Palace, headquarters of the Government, the President highlighted the brotherhood between Venezuela and Cuba, as well as the actions undertaken by both nations in the face of the attacks of the United States Government.

“Today a supremacist, racist vision of the world, of the people dominates in Washington. They see us as less, they despise us. They can never know the power and strength that love has, they will never know what dignity is “, said the Executive.

Venezuela repudiates prohibition of entry of its magistrates to Peru

The Government of Venezuela repudiated, through a statement, the prohibition of entry into Peruvian territory of two of its magistrates of the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) who would participate in the Second Preparatory Summit of the XX Ibero-American Judicial Summit.

Venezuelan magistrates arrived last Tuesday in Lima, the Peruvian capital; however, at the airport the immigration authorities of that nation prevented their entry and notified them that they should return to Venezuela. Venezuela warned that the unilateral decision of the Peruvian Government not only threatens the magistrates but also “the values ​​of multilateralism and international cooperation.”

Bolivarian Government delivers school kits at the Fermín Toro Educational Complex in Caracas

The Minister of the People’s Power for Education, Aristóbulo Istúriz, delivered school kits to students of the Fermín Toro Educational Complex, in the Cathedral parish of Caracas for the 2019-2020 school year. He informed that the 900 students of this school had benefited from uniforms, tools and Canaima computers. “We are making an extraordinary effort because Venezuela had never been subjected to a criminal blockade, however the National Government is making  an effort so that all students can have the support to enter the free and high quality education system,” he said.

Supplies delivered in the emergency room of the Caracas University Clinic

President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, through a satellite contact with the authorities of the University Clinical Hospital of Caracas, delivered new supplies for the emergency room of that assistance center to ensure timely and efficient care.

Dr. Armando Marín explained that the initiative is part of the sustained alliances between the Venezuelan State and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and explained that they were “providing three hospitals with an 8-equipment stop cart in order to increase the operability of our health center in the management of urgency, emergency and disaster ”.

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