Venezuela and Ecuador will celebrate 200 years of the meeting of Bolívar and Manuelita Sáenz

The Consulate of Venezuela in Quito and the Prefecture of Pichincha will celebrate this June 16 the 200th anniversary of the day that the Liberator Simón Bolívar met Manuelita Sáenz upon entering the city of Quito after being liberated from Spanish rule in the Battle of Pichincha , commanded by Antonio José de Sucre.

Through the Twitter account of the Consulate of Venezuela in Quito @ConsulVeEcuador they invite you to enjoy the Bicentennial Program of the Meeting between Simón Bolívar and Manuela Sáenz, which includes cultural activities in the Plaza Bolívar of La Alameda Park, in the Capitol Theater and in the Cathedral. Quito Metropolitan.

Orfeón Libertador will perform in Ecuador

Among the bicentennial activities, the presentation of the Orfeón Libertador stands out, which will offer two concerts, one at the Capitol Theater and the other at the Metropolitan Cathedral of Quito.

The Venezuelan consulate tweeted on Tuesday the arrival of the Venezuelan choir in Quito from Caracas to participate in the historic celebration.

Similarly, this Tuesday the Consulate of Venezuela in Quito reports that it has enabled a form for Venezuelans who have observations with their biometric passport book.

On June 3, the Government of Ecuador announced the approval of the Executive Decree No. 436 in which it grants migratory amnesty and extraordinary regularization process to people of Venezuelan nationality and their family group who have entered the country through the official immigration control points.



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