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President Maduro insisted that justice can only be achieved through adequate historical research and "a great effort of education."
They applauded the commitment of the Bolivarian government to improve the economic well-being of its people, despite the adverse economic situation caused by the U.S. blockade.
Vice President Rodriguez stressed the importance of collaborating in favor of international cooperation during the presentation of her country's human rights report.
The presentation of the periodic review will allow the Bolivarian nation to demonstrate the impact on the enjoyment of human rights caused by the U.S. illegal sanctions.
They took stock of the multidimensional cooperation between the two countries, highlighting advances in the joint dialogue on issues related to economy, health, and security.
Minister Plasencia asked Secretary of State Blinken to follow the example of Bolivia, which returned the Venezuelan diplomatic headquarters located in that Andean country.
"Despite the difficulties imposed by U.S. sanctions, we procured the necessary vaccines to develop our mass immunization campaign, which comprises children": President Maduro.
"CORPOELEC workers do not stop before these actions and work 24 hours to restore the electrical service in the entity," Minister Reverol pointed out.
The APPO is a platform for cooperation and harmonization of efforts, collaboration, sharing of knowledge and expertise among oil producing countries.