During a day of the Great Housing Mission Venezuela (GMVV) 120 families from Miranda state were benefited with the delivery of homes.
From the Lomas de Guadalupe urbanism, in the Valleys of Tuy, the governor of that entity, Héctor Rodríguez, assured that social labor and the support of the community intervened in the construction process through the execution of the 1×10.
"The 1×10 has not only taught us that the union between the communities is necessary, it has also instructed us in education and health and that is why we will continue in an offensive with the entire town, to continue building more homes," he said.
Likewise, Rodríguez announced that a school is currently being built in that urban development for the benefit of the community.
"In this area there is already a school but it is not enough, it is necessary that our children have more spaces for education," he said.
Finally, Rodríguez highlighted that in Miranda there is evidence of the Economic recovery promoted by the national government and the organized people.
"Today is the drum beats of Saint John the BaptistWe are going to ask you to continue the economic renaissance that has helped us build more homes,” he explained, accompanied by the community of Lomas de Guadalupe.
GMVV houses are built with Petros
During the activity, the head of state, Nicolás Maduro, intervened in a television pass to thank the work that the Ministry of Housing is carrying out to build the homes of Venezuelans.
"This project that today benefits 120 families was achieved thanks to the alliance with the Portuguese association and all the houses were paid for with Petro, the Venezuelan cryptocurrency," explained the President.