From early Thursday morning, celebrations began in Venezuela, commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Carabobo war, as President Nicolas Maduro described it: “The great anti-imperialist victory of our father Bolivar, the Negro Primaro and the patriotic army culminated in a celebration on June 24, 1821. State leaders and government summit of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-People Trade Agreement (Alpha-TCP) at the Myroflorus Palace.
The summit, which brought together high – level representatives of the member states of the Coalition, was held in Caracas on December 14, 2004 in Havana by its visionary founders, Commanders Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez, as part of its revival of the process of “integrated regional policy and progress” during 2021.
Delegates will attend the People’s Solidarity Meeting, which was attended by two former presidents of the region: Bolivia’s Evo Morales and Ecuador’s Rafael Correa and Colombia’s leading activist Beatrice Cர்டrdoba who spoke in the context of the summit.
At the Coalition meeting, the United States and its regional counterparts pledged their commitments to the United States and its regional partners (Venezuela, Cuba, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and Saint Kitts and Nevis). They seek to ignore cohesive efforts.
An example of this integration and unity came to Venezuela on June 24, when the first batch of the Cuban vaccine, Abdala, was produced by the Caribbean Island Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (CIGP) to combat the Caribbean island epidemic. COVID-19, its economic impact and human damage are evident in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Precisely, during epidemics, they realized that Cuba’s cooperation and solidarity was important to combat the disease, sending medical troops from the Henry Reeve Congen- tion and distributing medicines prepared by Cuba not only to the countries of the world, but to other countries in our hemisphere and in other parts of the world.
At the beginning of the summit, which was convened under the title “Alliance for Life and Freedom”, Maduro said that the Alpha-TCP had been revived and that its General Secretariat had presented a document stating that it would be the final declaration of the meeting of the Union of South American (Unasur) and Latin American and Caribbean Resolved issues of great importance in the regional and global context, including the restoration of the functioning of the Community of Countries (CELAC).
To make up for the time lost due to right-wing governments, he called in his brief introduction to the summit, as did when participants discussed strategies to strengthen and strengthen solidarity and cooperation.
He stressed that the document raises the need to restart Pedro Caribbe, Climate Change, Alpha Bank and all new joint ventures operating in the midst of regional and global conditions.
Among other topics, the document addresses the vaccine, where there were great hopes, but the richest countries in the world have stockpiled vaccines so that even they could not control the epidemic.
The Venezuelan president congratulated Cuba on its victory in the UN General Assembly against the siege.
The final proclamation, read at the end of the Sacha Laurenti summit, welcomes the return of constitutional order in Bolivia, the establishment of a new National Assembly in Venezuela and the preparation of the next electoral process in Nicaragua.
It also reiterates its call for full implementation of the Paris Agreement and its willingness to co-operate in tackling global environmental challenges.
In line with the declaration of Latin America and the Caribbean as a peace zone, the UN The Alpha-DCP reaffirmed its commitment to genuine Latin American and Caribbean integration, in line with the principles and objectives of the Charter and international law.
Maduro congratulated Cuba on its victory at the UN. Photo: Marcelo Garcia / Presidential Publishing
This meeting reaffirmed and reaffirmed the commitment of our people to freedom and unity, cooperation and completeness as the only way to confront imperial inequality.
Bolivian President Louis Ars Kedakora thanked the people of Alpha-TCP and the people of the Great Homeland for their firm and full support in the face of the November 2019 conspiracy.
Without your support, without a complaint before the international community, without the uprising of Vipala by the many people who have helped us realize that we are not alone and that what is happening in our country is true.
“Thanks to the unity, conscience and struggle of the Bolivian people, we have restored democracy in our country,” said Ars, who apologized on behalf of the Bolivian state for the abuses, abuses and violations committed by Venezuela’s official representatives. And by Cuban coups.
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, who Realism Participated in the summit, held mixed.
Ordega pointed to the reunification of Latin American and Caribbean countries in the face of such circumstances, following a tour of his country’s history and region that exposed the role of OAS ‘interlocutor and interlocutor in the service of the empire. Your people and your actions in Selak, thank you
To the growing revolutionary processes in different ways, and to the places where Fidel and Chavez stand alone.
He thought the new tool would bury the OAS.
Ortega condemned the new threats against his country, now with a series of demands for the release of civilians, he said, adding that there was evidence of crimes, whom he later described as agents in the service of the Yankees.
What future generations will get
Roosevelt Skerritt, Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, spoke out against the interference and protection of the sovereignty of the Latin American and Caribbean peoples, saying, “We owe it to our ancestors to continue to fight for the independence of Latin America and the Caribbean.” Future What kind of territory do we leave to future generations? Are we going to give up or are we going to fight for freedom? He asked.
It should never have happened here and in Bolivia in a region with continuous interventions where they believe their leaders should be “placed,” citing sanctions against Venezuela and conspiracies against MAS and Evo Morales in October. Of 2019.
He felt that as citizens of this region, they should not be given the opportunity to determine who and how will lead our countries.
Skerrit called for “not to lose sight of those who do not want us to be united,” and how the empire is creating millions of voluntary charities and using millions of dollars to “eliminate” elected governments.
In this regard, he recalled that in his country in the 2019 election, the OAS tried to “remove” our President. But we sent a clear message to the OAS: that it will not distract us… We won 85 percent of the seats in Parliament.
“We are ready for struggle, we must be united, we must be vigilant,” he said after confirming his country’s relationship with the Alpha-TCP and its solidarity with Cuba and Venezuela.
Bolivian President Louis Ars thanked the people of Alpha-TCP and the people of the Great Homeland for their firm and full support in the face of the November 2019 conspiracy.
They should not let us atomize
Ralph Gonzalez, Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, in turn
He also clarified his country’s support for the Alpha-TCP, which he considered an extraordinary event, and considered the foundations of Fidel and Chavez to be “heroic.”
It is a cohesive movement that benefits the free and independent peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean, and is what we do daily in the struggle for survival and progress in the lives of our people. He pointed out that all of this was related to a stimulus coming from Simon Bolivar and those who fought in Carabobo.
On the twentieth anniversary of that epic war, Gonsalves pointed out that we were still struggling to strengthen and expand the “victories of freedom, sovereignty and chauvinism,” and called for unity.
They believe we can be nuclear because imperialism wants to humble and personalize us, while at the same time they think they can handle us.
We must be firm in our position, he said and called for collective solidarity. For this reason, we are in the Alpha-TCP, defending the Cuban Revolution and Venezuela.
The other two Caribbean countries that are members of the integrated camp participated in the summit.
Everly Set Green, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Immigration and Trade of Antigua and Barbuda, said that unity and mutual principles are important for the advancement of independence in Latin America and the Caribbean.
He called for improving value chains and strengthening companies facing catastrophic consequences.
He thanked Alpha-DCP at the meeting for COVID-19 and resources for obtaining logistics and vaccines for aviation, “his thanks to the Cuban people and the Cuban government, despite the outbreak of the epidemic.” It would not have been possible without the support of Cuba.
For his part, Grenada’s Minister of Agriculture, Lands and Forests Peter David thanked them
It put forward its government’s demand to join Alpha-DCP and Alpha Bank during epidemics.
Granada reaffirms its commitment to Alpha-DCP. Fidel and Chavez’s ideas continue to live on.