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The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, leads the closing ceremony of the tributes dedicated to Commander Hugo Chávez on the tenth anniversary of his physical departure, which is held in the Ríos Reyna room of the Teresa Carreño theater.


They pay tribute to Commander Hugo Chávez at the Cuartel de la Montaña

The session coincides with the conclusions of the World Meeting for the Validity of the Bolivarian Thought of the Revolutionary Leader in the XXI Century.

Delegations from numerous countries attend the evening. Among the Latin American leaders present are the presidents of Nicaragua and Bolivia, Daniel Ortega and Luis Arce, and the former presidents of Cuba, Bolivia, Ecuador and Honduras, Army General Raúl Castro, Evo Morales, Rafael Correa and Manuel Zelaya, respectively.

Also attending were the Prime Ministers of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Dominica, Ralph Gonsalves and Roosevelt Skerrit, respectively, as well as the Vice President of Venezuela, Delcy Rodríguez, the Vice President of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Diosdado Cabello, and others. Venezuelan authorities.

Former Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa pointed out that Chávez's physical departure destroyed the soul, but not the hope that he sowed with his enormous load of tenderness and solidarity.

He assured that Chávez lives and our best tribute to his dedication and generosity is to never give up. Venezuela is currently experiencing brutal imperial aggression, but with Chávez's example the people will win, he concluded.

The best tribute we can give to Chávez is to be a revolutionary, and to be a revolutionary is to be an anti-imperialist. Do not betray the struggle of the peoples, act with unity and never trust those who he considered enemies of humanity. The empire tried to eliminate his legacy, but immortalized him, said former Bolivian president Evo Morales.

He commented that he and Fidel were the most generous and caring men he had ever met. He remembers them debating the conception of social programs to contribute to the development of the towns, among them the Miracle Mission, with the intention of operating free of charge to 100,000 people in Latin America. He thought it was a utopia, and currently the beneficiaries of this mission exceed 700,000.

The Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit, urged to always preserve the unity that Chávez taught us. He recalled that after his death, not a few predicted that the end of Chavismo and Latin American integration would come, but ten years later we have shown them that they were wrong, since the integration process is more alive than ever, he assured.

In addition, he condemned the unfair and illegal unilateral coercive measures against Venezuela and made it clear that none of them will be able to subdue the people of Venezuela.

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