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Venezuelan president highlights inclusive nature of ALBA-TCP

Venezuelan president highlights inclusive nature of ALBA-TCP

Havana, May 27 (Prensa Latina) Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Thursday highlighted the inclusive nature of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-People's Trade Agreement (ALBA-TCP), as opposed to other organizations that favor exclusion.
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Maduro arrived in Havana on Thursday to take part in the 21st Summit of ALBA-TCP heads of State and Government at which the member countries of the bloc will set their position on the US attempts to exclude Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua from the next Summit of the Americas.

In statements to the press after his arrival at the Palace of the Revolution, the venue of the the meeting, the Venezuelan president said that the Alliance has accumulated a heritage of inclusion and permanent convocation in recent years.

Maduro noted that the ALBA-TCP is the most democratic organization due to its debates and for sharing the diversity of the Latin American and Caribbean region. Earlier, Maduro highglited the importance of the unity of Latin American and Caribbean countries as the way to achieve prosperity and welfare of the countries of the region.

“The path of Latin America and the Caribbean is unity, brotherhood, fraternity and cooperation among nations, with a clear horizon to advance towards social prosperity, the right to self-determination and respect for the peoples,” the dignitary emphasized.


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