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Foreign Minister: The absolute commitment of President Maduro helps us pave the road for peace in Colombia
2016-03-30

Foreign Minister: The absolute commitment of President Maduro helps us pave the road for peace in Colombia

The Minister of People’s Power for Foreign Affairs, Ms. Delcy Rodriguez, celebrated this Wednesday, on behalf of the Government of President Nicolas Maduro, the agreement for peace dialogue between the Government of Colombia and the National Liberation Army (ELN), following the signing of a roadmap of what it will constitute the peace process between the parties

G77 and China issued a communiqué supporting the Venezuelan Government in reaction to Obama’s decree
2016-03-22

G77 and China issued a communiqué supporting the Venezuelan Government in reaction to Obama’s decree

This Monday, the Group of 77 and China, constituted by 134 countries, issued a communiqué rejecting the unilateral sanctions imposed on Venezuela by the Government of the United States, which were renewed on 04 March.

Illicit traffic of natural resources is the main source of funding of conflicts in the Great Lakes
2016-03-21

Illicit traffic of natural resources is the main source of funding of conflicts in the Great Lakes

Rafael Ramirez, Permanent Representative of Venezuela to the United Nations stated, during the Security Council Open Debate on Prevention and Resolution of Conflict in the African region of the Great Lakes, that the illegal traffic of natural resources, such as gold, is one of the main sources of funding of conflicts.

Venezuela expects to be part of the non-military UN mission in Colombia
2016-03-17

Venezuela expects to be part of the non-military UN mission in Colombia

Venezuela expects to take part in the United Nations mission that will help to verify an eventual peace in Colombia, and considers that there should be no obstacle to its aspirations since it is a non-military operation

USA tries to
2016-03-17

USA tries to "divide" Latin America, claims Venezuelan Ambassador to the United Nations

The Venezuelan Ambassador to the United Nations, Mr. Rafael Ramirez, believes that the United States are trying to “confuse and divide” Latin America with their policies oriented at a region which it still “ignores”.

Venezuela rejects US interference
2016-03-15

Venezuela rejects US interference

The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela rejects the interventionist and arrogant statement of the President of the United States of America, Barack Hussein Obama, who does not recognize the legitimate and constitutional Government of Venezuela

Communiqué by the Coordinating Bureau of the Non Aligned Movement in Support of the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
2016-03-11

Communiqué by the Coordinating Bureau of the Non Aligned Movement in Support of the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

Communiqué by the Coordinating Bureau of the Non Aligned Movement in Support of the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Rejecting the Decision of the Government of the United States of America to Renew its Unilateral Coercive Measures

Venezuela withdraws Chargé D’Affairs in the United States
2016-03-10

Venezuela withdraws Chargé D’Affairs in the United States

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela announced the withdrawal of the Chargé D’ Affairs of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to the United States of America, Mr. Maximilien Sánchez Arveláez, who was appointed Ambassador to this country 18 months ago, but whose agrément was not approved by the administration of Barack Obama.

Ramírez: Venezuela is committed to non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament
2016-03-02

Ramírez: Venezuela is committed to non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament

The United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution to impose sanctions to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, after the nuclear tests carried out by the nations at beginnings of the year

Rafael Ramírez: Our agenda within the United Nations Security Council aimed at breaking with the monopoly
2016-03-01

Rafael Ramírez: Our agenda within the United Nations Security Council aimed at breaking with the monopoly

The agenda of Venezuela during its presidency of the United Nations Security Council aimed at breaking with the monopoly of the five permanent members of this organ (Russia, China, United Kingdom, France, and the United States), in order to discuss more relevant issues faced by the world today, said Ambassador of Venezuela to the United Nations, Rafael Ramírez, in an interview for Dossier, tv show of VTV.

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