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VENEZUELAN INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATED WITH POMP IN BUCHAREST

On 19 of April 2012 the Embassy of Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Romania had organized the official ceremony dedicated to celebration of 213  years of independence of Venezuela.

The official manifestation had enjoyed the participation of academic community of Romania and an official delegation of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation headed by Professor Dr. Anton Caragea.

His Excellency Z. Coromoto Prieto de Rodriguez held a speech on the historical circumstances of Venezuelan Declaration of Independence-19 April 1810

Opening the official program, His Excellency Z. Coromoto Prieto de Rodriguez held a speech highlighting the historical circumstances of Venezuelan Declaration of Independence, emphasizing that the great figure of XIX- century and the architect of Venezuelan Independence-Simon Bolivar had established a new geopolitical equilibrium starting the long road of Latin America to independence and to global asserting of power.

Today, Venezuela is holding high the banner of Simon Bolivar ideals after 200 years and is upholding the ideas of Latin-American unity, social reform and the construction of a new human type: dedicated to pursuing the independence of peoples and the well being of humanity.

Today, Venezuela, under the leadership of a dignifying representative of Simon Bolivar ideal`s , President Hugo Chavez Frias, is not just in name a Bolivarian Republic, but in true a continuation of Bolivarian ideas and is upholding the effort of promoting American unity and defense of human rights.  In a word: is pursuing the legacy of Simon Bolivar.

Professor Dr. Anton Caragea , Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation of Romania express the solidarity of romanian people with Venezuela.

Professor Dr. Anton Caragea , Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation of Romania had conveyed the Romanian side congratulation on this magnificent occasion and emphasized that: the anniversary of independence of Venezuela is a long standing tradition for romanian people  as they  had followed with great interest even 200 years ago the news of Venezuelan struggle for independence and had observed the exertions of Latin American freedom fighters under the leadership of Simon Bolivar as an example and a model for  our own efforts to gain our freedom from great powers yoke .

Venezuela today is continuing the ambitions and extraordinary program of reforms initiated by Simon Bolivar.  As once upon a time the movement that lead to the liberation of all Latin America had started with the Caracas proclamation of independence, today the appeal for reforms initiated by President Hugo Chavez is announcing a new era of freedom and human rights for the entire Latin American continent.

Even more important, today`s Venezuela understands that the legacy of Simon Bolivar is yet to be fulfilled by unifying all Southern America.

Warm applause and congratulation for H.E. Z. Coromoto Prieto de Rodriguez  for a well organized event.

In the participant’s applause, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea, the director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation had warmly congratulated Mrs.  Z. Coromoto Prieto de Rodriguez Venezuela`s Charge`D`Affairs for irreproachable organization of such an important moment, that is bringing Romanian and Venezuelan people together.

Professor Dr. Anton Caragea and H.E.Z. Coromoto Prieto de Rodriguez in a flower lying ceremony at the Monument of Simon Bolivar. 

The official ceremony had continued with laying flower riffs at the Monument of Simon Bolivar located in the heart of city of Bucharest.

April 23, 2012 - Posted by | Diplomacy, Economy, Foreign policy, History, Hugo Chavez, Informations, International Relation, Leaders, Mass media, News, Politics, Venezuela | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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