The presidential high commissioner for Peace and Life, Alexander Mimou Vargas was in Trujillo state this Saturday, as part of a national tour that he has been developing to bring peace, joy and the inauguration of public and sports spaces.
At a press conference from the Hugo Chávez House located in the Valera municipality, Vargas said that the visit also included a political meeting with the United Socialist Party of Venezuela and the Great Patriotic Pole of the entity, with a view to the electoral process in November. .
“We will fulfill a two-day agenda here in Trujillo. (…) We come to meet with the Movement for Peace and Life that will allow us to execute our master plan, ”he said.
Vargas announced that in the state of Trujillo it is planned to inaugurate around 50 to 60 peace centers, as well as to recover sports spaces for good living and encounters.
“We come to give instructions to our team in the state, we have to consolidate the management and go to the most remote municipalities. In a month in all the municipalities of Trujillo there must be the Movement for Peace and Life (…) that includes the youth, the youth, the religious, the socio-productive ”, he stated.
The also deputy to the National Assembly invited the population to participate this Sunday in a great sporting event, to be held in the Valera municipality.
"We are going to close tomorrow Sunday with a great sports shot" Trujillo moves for peace and life ", where we will gather Trujillo athletes with different disciplines, stage shows of some singers, basketball shows, volleyball, futsal; It will be a beautiful activity for which we invite the Trujillo people ”, he indicated.
It is noteworthy that Vargas also met with the commander of the Comprehensive Defense Operational Zone (Zodi), G / D Lenin Herrera, in order to "extend bridges for peace." The meeting took place at the headquarters of the Zodi in the city of Valera.
Finally, Vargas affirmed that the Movement for Peace and Life is active everywhere with joy, peace and social well-being for the people.