Venqis admits a job with Chaco until 2021

Venqis admits a job with Chaco until 2021

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The Venqis company acknowledged that it carried out communication work with the Chaco SA oil company, but that its contract ended in March 2021 and that since then it has no relationship in Bolivia with any firm.

The Communications Department of Venqis from Spain in a statement indicates that it is an international private company with recognized experience in strategic communication and corporate communication, with offices in five countries.

“Regarding Bolivia, our presence is reduced to a specific job carried out with the company Chaco SA concluded in March 2021. It corresponds to the area of ​​our professional experience in strategic communication, it was executed and delivered in accordance with the requirements and expectations”, states the statement.

It adds that to date “Venqis has no active contracts with any public institution or private company in Bolivia. We express this in response to what was published in various media, and that, apparently, is done with the intention of using our name to dent the image and reputation of political authorities in that country.

The company requests that its name be excluded from disputes that have nothing to do with Venqis. “Our brand is the company’s greatest asset and therefore, any unfounded attack on it may be subject to subsequent legal action,” the company warns.

The company seeks to be awarded the communication strategy for the exploitation of gas in the Tariquía protected area in the Astillero area where there is community rejection.

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