AN Foreign Policy Commission approves appointments of new ambassadors

AN Foreign Policy Commission approves appointments of new ambassadors

The ambassadors are expected to be ratified in the Plenary Chamber in the “next few hours”. The first vice president, deputy Ilenia Medina, affirmed that these appointments will improve Venezuela’s position in the world and will strengthen the nation’s relations based on this new geopolitical order that is being built

The Permanent Commission on Foreign Policy of the National Assembly (AN) elected in 2020 approved the appointments of new ambassadors made by the ruler Nicolás Maduro. These are the appointments of Rodulfo Pérez Hernández before the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco), Iam Carlos Torres in Vatican City and Juan Arias Palacio before Algeria.

Via Press release published on the website of the Parliament with a Chavista majority, clarified that after the appearance of the officials before the instance in the next few hours, the presentation and ratification of the appointment will take place in the Plenary Chamber, in accordance with the Internal and Debate Regulations of the AN.

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After the appearance of these officials before the commission, the first vice president, deputy Ilenia Medina, stressed that the day was held in accordance with the disposition and responsibility of the legislative work to cooperate with the government.

He underlined the importance of the appointments of ambassadors. He affirmed that they will improve the position of Venezuela in the world through “the dissemination of the truth, the defense of the Constitution and the work for the national agenda of Venezuela, strengthening relations based on this new geopolitical order that is being built and where Venezuela It becomes a fundamental and important piece.

After the act in the commission, Rodulfo Pérez indicated that Venezuela is an example in the world in social and educational policies, without mentioning the structural precariousness that prevails in educational centers and the extremely poor working conditions of educators.

He pointed out that the country agrees with the ambition to expand the educational objectives and goals that UNESCO promotes today.

Regarding the mission that he will undertake as a representative of Venezuela, he explained that he will seek to work on the preservation of intangible cultural heritage such as the Dancing Devils of Yare, the Parranda de San Pedro, as a popular and religious festival; The Carnival of El Callao, and San Juan Bautista, among others.

He announced that he will promote the Quality Education for All Project, as it is an important issue on his work agenda.

For his part, Iam Torres Parra pointed out that Venezuela needs to rebuild a common political agenda based on a clear and transparent scenario. He said that in the religious sphere he plans to work on the canonization of Dr. José Gregorio Hernández, Mother Emilia de San José, Mother María de San José, among other blesseds.

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