Venezuela is slated to hold an event called "We Are All Venezuela," where hundreds of delegates from social and political organizations around the world will show solidarity for the country's democracy and sovereignty.
The event is scheduled from Saturday, September 16-19 at the Teresa Carrero Theater in Caracas. The objective is to reject the interventionist threats of the United States government and other governments in the region.
Bolivian President Evo Morales is among the world leaders who will travel to the city to attend the events.
"On Saturday night we are traveling to Venezuela to accompany a summit of social movements to defend the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela," Morales said at a ceremony in Cochabamba.
We are all Venezuela: World Dialogue for Peace, Sovereignty and Bolivarian Democracy. Caracas. #ElMundoConVenezuela
Adan Chavez, president of the Commission for International Affairs of the National Constituent Assembly, said he will announce in the coming days the list of personalities who will attend the rally.
The commission will also carry out an international tour throughout Central America.
The event comes after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened Venezuela with a military intervention and announced economic measures against the country, aimed at toppling the government of President Nicolas Maduro.
Morales has criticized the sanctions against Venezuela and accused Trump of promoting an "economic coup" against the South American country.