Countries greet Venezuela for the 211 years of its Independence

Countries greet Venezuela for the 211 years of its Independence

the president of CubaMiguel Díaz-Canel, greeted the people of Venezuela this Tuesday on the occasion of the 211 years of the signing of the act of the country’s declaration of independence, which is celebrated on July 5.

Through his account on the social network Twitter, Díaz-Canel greeted the celebration of July 5 “with deep respect and shared emotion” and sent a brotherly hug to the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro.

For his part, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, joined the congratulations to the people and the national government for the 211 years of Independence.

Through his Twitter account, the Cuban Foreign Minister said that this date “marked a milestone in the conquest of freedom and sovereignty of Our America.”

Russia: values ​​bilateral relations

The Russian Foreign Ministry joins the congratulations.

Through its account on the social network Twitter, the Russian Foreign Ministry praised the people and government of Venezuela, while valuing bilateral relations in strategic alliance.

“From Russia we join this celebration and extend the best wishes for peace, well-being and prosperity,” the message indicates.

China: legacy of heroes is more relevant

The Venezuelan Embassy in China it also commemorated the 211 years of independence, accompanied by representatives of the Chinese government and the diplomatic corps.

The event took place at the Venezuelan diplomatic headquarters in Beijing and was a propitious occasion to highlight the importance of preserving the sovereignty and identity of the territory and of all of Latin America, reported a Prensa Latina note.

The Venezuelan ambassador, Giuseppe Yoffreda, recalled that with the signing, on July 5, 1811, of the independence act, Venezuela was the first to declare itself free in Spanish-speaking America and the third in the continent, after the United States and Haiti.

During his speech, he reviewed the events that led to that event and highlighted the full validity of the foundations of freedom and justice defended by those who made its consummation possible.

“Today more than ever, the legacy of our heroes of breaking the chains of domination and intervention is valid and calls us to continue fighting to achieve true independence and Latin American union,” he said.

Likewise, the diplomat highlighted the efforts of the late President Hugo Chávez to give life to the libertarian and integrationist thinking of El Libertador Simón Bolívar and the efforts of the current ruler, Nicolás Maduro, to overcome foreign attacks on the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Venezuela.

Declaration of Independence

The Act of Independence of Venezuela is a document drafted and signed by seven Venezuelan provinces on July 5, 1811, through which they declared their independence from the Spanish Crown.

Gathered in the Santa Rosa de Lima chapel, in the city of Caracas, they declared the sovereignty of Venezuela before the Spanish yoke, thereby establishing a nation based on republican and federal principles, under the values ​​of equality of individuals, freedom of expression and the prohibition of censorship.



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