President of Venezuela receives the ILO delegation | News


The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, received on Wednesday a delegation from the International Labor Organization (ILO), which is attending the Social Dialogue Forum, which takes place in Caracas.


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“Excellent meeting with the delegation of the International Labor Organization that is in our country, within the framework of the ‘Social Dialogue Forum,'” the Venezuelan president wrote on his official Twitter social network account.

“Our fight will always be in favor of the Venezuelan Working Class, of which I am proud to belong,” said the head of state Nicolás Maduro.

The meeting took place at the Miraflores Palace, in the capital Caracas, seat of the Executive power of the South American country.

Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodríguez, Foreign Minister Félix Plasencia and Labor Minister José Ramón Rivero also participated in the meeting, detailed state media.

On behalf of the ILO, Ítalo Cardona, director of the office for the Andean countries; Amanda Villatoro, coordinator for Latin America and the Caribbean of the office of workers’ activities, and Roberto Villamir, principal adviser for technical cooperation and relations with Latin America.

ILO officials participated in the Social Dialogue Forum, which began on April 25 and will end this Thursday and which includes the working class of the Socialist Bolivarian Central.

Venezuela asked the ILO delegation for an investigation into the damage caused to the country’s workers by the unilateral coercive measures imposed by the United States on the South American country.

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