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This Monday begins Caribbean Week in Venezuela

This Monday begins Caribbean Week in Venezuela

The ambassador of the Insular State of Saint Lucia in Venezuela, Peter Lansiquot, stressed that during the Caribbean Week they will seek to deepen relations of solidarity and cultural integration with the people of Venezuela.

Ambassador Peter Lansiquot, in an interview with the Venezuelan News Agency (AVN), specified that a private retreat will be held in the events scheduled during the Caribbean Week, in which the position of Saint Lucia will be destined to contribute to fraternal relations , cultural, political, economic, and of another nature with Venezuela.

He declared that another of his country’s objectives will be to make visible to the world “the unfair treatment that Western powers have given Venezuela, by seeking to subdue it in violation of the principles established in the Charter of the United Nations of the Organization of American States, of the Geneva Convention on international relations and any legal instrument that has to do with diplomatic relations between sovereign countries,” he said.

New world order

On another topic, the representative of one of the countries that make up the Caribbean Community (Caricom) He pointed out that the new world order that is being established obeys the result of the historical processes where the empires have sought to subdue the rest of the nations.

“We see the rise of new countries like China, and the decline of the North American empire, known as the United States of America, as well as new economic ties like the Brics (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa),” he explained.

He pointed out that through the Brics there can be transformations in the world order, different from those that had been going on, where a unipolar order prevailed that dominated international and economic relations.

Caribbean week

Ambassador Peter Lansiquot remarked that these issues will be deepened during the Caribbean Week, which will take place in Caracas from June 26 to 30, and will have the participation of the countries that make up Caricom.

The Caribbean Week in Venezuela will be a space for debate, teaching, and cultural, historical, artistic, political, and academic exchange, as well as for the promotion of bilateral and multilateral cooperation with the Caricom countries.

Caricom members are Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Bahamas, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, and Trinidad and Tobago.

This meeting, to be held this Monday at the Yellow House of the Foreign Ministry, is aimed at the academic and political analysis sector, to reflect on the history of the Caribbean Community, after its first 50 years, he explained.

At the headquarters of the Foreign Ministry, meetings, exhibitions and other activities will be held “to honor the founders of the Caribbean Community (Caricom) and its member states.”

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