The President of the Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, paid honors to the martyrs of Algerian independence this Thursday, in the capital of this African country, Algiers, during a working visit that began this day.
The Venezuelan head of state visited the Monument of the Martyrs of the National Liberation War, inaugurated in 1982 to commemorate 20 years of Algeria’s independence from French colonialism, reported AVN.
There, the Venezuelan president made a floral offering.
Later, he visited the Museum of the Revolution, a place where a wide collection of photos and illustrations that keep the memory of the war of independence of this African country is exhibited.
President Maduro toured the museum facilities and signed his name in the guest book with the message: «With Bolivarian affection we leave our greetings of admiration for the heroic history of battle and victories of the Algerian people, from the homeland of Simón Bolívar and Hugo Chávez we swear our eternal friendship with our heroic People of Algeria Long live the union of our people!
On the other hand, the authorities of the Museum of the Revolution gave him a plaque of recognition.
The Venezuelan president arrived in Algeria from Turkey on Wednesday night.
Earlier, he held a meeting with his Algerian counterpart, Abdelmadijd Tebboune, at the Presidential Palace, where they agreed to reactivate the High-Level Mixed Commission.