Maduro received Letter of Credentials from Ambassadors appointed to Venezuela

The President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro Moros, received the credentials of the designated diplomatic representations in Venezuela of the Republic of Guinea Bissau, the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Republic of Burkina Faso. Photo: Presidential Press

This Tuesday, the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, received the Credentials of the Ambassadors appointed by the brother peoples of Mother Africa to the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

From the Sol del Peru Room of the Miraflores Palace, in Caracas, the Venezuelan Head of State was accompanied by the Minister of People's Power for Foreign Relations, Jorge Arreaza, the Minister of People's Power of the Office of the Presidency, Monitoring and Control of Government Management, Jorge Márquez, among other personalities.

For the Republic of Guinea Bissau, María de Lourdes Batista Mendonca Taborda is accredited, who served in different responsibilities, the most prominent as Project Administrator of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), in the areas of Government Electronic and Administrative Reform Support (2007-2013) and General Director of External Policy ((2019-2020).

Likewise, the Republic of Burkina Faso appointed Her Excellency Aminata Sana Congo, who has a degree in computer science, held the position at the Pan-African Forum as Director of Organization and Communication (2010), then as Director of Training and Promotion in the Tic's (2013) and served as Burkina Faso's ambassador in Taiwan (2017).

Meanwhile, His Excellency Mr. Olorundare Phillip Awoniyi delivered the letter that accredits him as Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Olorundare Phillip Awoniyi has a degree in economics and has participated in various projects in the area, highlighting solar energy, wind energy, housing development and economic development plans of the States.

The Venezuelan Head of State received each of the designated Ambassadors, thereby consolidating the Diplomacy of Peace and respect for International Law.

 

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