Venezuela presents advances in housing at the UN assembly for Habitat

Venezuela presents the progress made in housing, despite the coercive measures, in the Second Assembly of the United Nations Organization (UN), for Habitat, which takes place in the city of Nairobi, Kenya.

This was reported through his official Twitter account by the People’s Power Minister for Habitat and Housing, Ildemaro Villarroelwho highlighted the achievements that make Venezuela a leader in the right to housing.

“We are highlighting the achievements of the Bolivarian Government in terms of housing, thanks to Pdte. @NicolasMaduro and Cmdt. #Chavez during the Second Assembly of the #UnitedNations for Habitat #UNHA2, in addition to strengthening inclusive multilateralism”, published the Minister.

Big progress in housing despite sanctions

“We come to present the great advances that show that despite the arbitrary measures, we continue to build decent homes hand in hand with the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro,” Villaroel added on the social network.

In addition, in a video that accompanied the publication, he pointed out that the Venezuelan delegation will state that the need for housing is solved from a social point of view, and not as a commodity.

“We have presented our experiences, as well as the immediate, methodical and systemic attention, of all the affectations in Las Tejerías, we also heard important proposals regarding integration and financing,” reported the head of the Ministry of Habitat and Housing.

Likewise, Villarroel highlighted that in the activity Venezuela was recognized by other countries, despite the measures imposed against it.

Furthermore, the opportunity was opportune for show progress in terms of housing and sustainability due to climate change.

For his part, the Venezuelan ambassador to Kenya, Jesús Manzanillo, recalled that four years ago they participated in the same spaces, in which they showed the achievements of the Revolution, “we show the strengths of the Great Housing Mission Venezuela and now with great We proudly present images with deep social content.”

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