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Guaidó attended the Caricom meeting



March 23, 2017 at 07:45
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Updated on March 23rd, at 20:42 p.m.

Juan Guaidó, the president of the Republic, attended the Caricom meeting on Saturday.

The Lehendakari participated in a video call saying that he was present at the Venezuelan crisis.

"We have found, for the first time, the Caricom and the Caribbean countries, for the first time in Venezuelan and we have seen the vision of our career crisis," said Guaidok on Twitter.

In the future, Venezuela has expressed the best relationship with the rest of the Caribbean, for the benefit of the country and the region.

"Venezuelan news will be the best Caribbean connection for the benefit of our region," he said.

The event was the Venezuelan Ambassador to the United States, Carlos Vecchio.

"The Guaidó and Caricom encounters are of great importance, if the Caribbean government accepts the government, because it eliminates government lungs," Venezuelan Venezuelan Ambassador Orlando Viera Blanco said.


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