22 | 09 | 2019

Congregated in Caracas in the framework of the Meeting of the Coordination Bureau of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) on July 20 and 21, the Foreign Ministers and senior officials of the organization approved a motion of thanks and solidarity with the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and its government.

After the reception of the ministers and senior officials who will participate in the ministerial meeting of the Countries of Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), the Foreign Minister of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, said that the member States should demand respect for international law at the crucial moment when foreign powers seek to impose unilateralism.

“We have decided to install a table permanently and we agreed to work together for peace in the country”, said Miranda state governor Héctor Rodríguez during the delivery of 1,780 new homes built by the Gran Misión Vivienda Venezuela.

The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, asked the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, to correct the report she presented after her visit to the country between June 19 and 21, because she lacks impartiality and objectivity by ignoring the information on the progress of social policies and protection of the Venezuelan people executed by the National Government, dismissing the impact of the economic and financial blockade.

“Venezuela is sure that you know that the report does not reflect the reality of what you saw in Venezuela. We demand the correctness of its content, and we urge you to make a respectful performance of the office”, said the Vice-minister of International Communication of the People’s Power Ministry for Foreign Relations, William Castillo.

The president of the Caribbean Community (Caricom) and Prime Minister of Saint Kitts and Nevis, Timothy Harris, reaffirmed on Thursday the position of the regional bloc in favor of dialogue to resolve the political situation in Venezuela through peaceful and democratic means.

The principle of self-determination and non-interference, respect for sovereignty and constitutional principles “is what we have to cling to in a world where international law and multilateralism are being undermined”, Harris said in St. Lucia where, since last Wednesday the 40th Ordinary Meeting of the Conference of Heads of State and Government of Caricom was heald.

With a clearly partial and selective vision of the Venezuelan reality, this Thursday, the report made by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, on the situation of human rights in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, was disseminated. It privileges lacking in objectivity sources and excludes almost the whole of the official information and elements provided by the Venezuelan State authorities during her visit between June 19 and 21, as well as during the visit of her technical team between 11 and 22 March 2019.

The following is an integral text of the letter sent to the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, by the Venezuelan Human Rights Network and the non-governmental organizations that comprise it.

Caracas, July 5, 2019.

Mrs
Michelle Bachelet Jeria
High Commissioner for Human Rights
United Nations Organization

We extend a cordial salutation. We are writing to you on the occasion of your Written Report on the situation of human rights in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, presented at the 41st session of the Human Rights Council, on July 5, 2019.

In the framework of the 41st session of the Human Rights Council of the United Nations, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, issues a report on the Human Rights situation in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela “requests the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner to adopt the necessary measures to correct the errors of the report A / HRC / 41/18”, through a document that reports the errors of fact of the report of the High Commissioner.

In the framework provided by the 41st session of the Human Rights Council of the United Nations, a representation of Venezuelan social movements and organizations met Thursday in Geneva with Patricia Varela Benzo, member of the Special Rapporteurship for Extreme Poverty, with the purpose of denouncing the effects of the unilateral coercive measures imposed by the government of the United States to the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

The meeting was propitious for the Venezuelan delegation to share a set of information related to the situation of Human Rights in the Latin American country, and to request an assessment of the impact of these measures on the fundamental rights of Venezuelans.

The following is a special resolution adopted by the National Convention to address imperialist maneuvers against the people of Iran and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

We gather here in Chicago for our Convention–the highest expression of our revolutionary, working-class democracy—and to celebrate 100 years of struggle for world of peace, democracy, and equality: a socialist world.

We do so in the shadow of a dangerous, criminal regime, with a very different vision for the world.  They may talk of peace and democracy, but they do so over the din of bombs, the poisoned chorus of propaganda, and the howls of refugee children in their concentration camps.

The government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef) signed a framework cooperation agreement on Wednesday, which will contribute to improve the access to drinking water in terms of quantity, continuity and quality in the vulnerable communities of the Latin American country.

This agreement promotes the fulfillment of the cooperation program between the national Executive and Unicef ​​2015-2019, prioritizing and identifying the areas of water, hygiene and sanitation with greater vulnerability in Venezuela.

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