President Nicolás Maduro and the Venezuelan People Welcome Permanent Cease Fire in Gaza Strip

President Nicolás Maduro, and in particular the Venezuelan people, welcome the permanent cease fire in the Gaza Strip, announced in Cairo, that will put an end to Israeli military attacks; 50 days of criminal aggression that caused the deaths of…

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Coming Soon: More Cultural Events

The Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Washington, DC, will soon announce its upcoming cultural events.

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3 Months of a Continuing Coup against Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution

Terrorism is Not a Form of Protest
Document by the Ministry of People’s Power for Communication and Information.-
The terrorist guarimbas (violent protests) fostered by the Venezuelan right-wing have caused fear and unease among the people, in addition to a…

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Ernesto Samper: Maduro is a Man of Dialogue and Peace

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The Secretary General of the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), Ernesto Samper, praised the ability for dialogue that the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, has and characterized him as a man who promotes peace in…

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Economic and Social Development

Venezuelan Athletes Return Home Following Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympics


Sports Minister Antonio Alvarez, who accompanied the athletes, said the country is “celebrating the great performance” by the Venezuelan athletes who managed to win 9 medals and 7 Olympic diplomas

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Environment and Energy

Organization of Inter-American States Recognizes Venezuela’s Education System


On Saturday, the Secretary of the Organization of Inter-American States (OEI), Alvaro Marchesi, highlighted the gains Venezuela has made in education during the Bolivarian Revolution and said that he considers this system to be one of the best in Latin…

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