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Foreign Minister Yván Gil attends the inauguration of the President of Panama

Government of Venezuela opens cooperation ties with the new president of Panama

Representing President Nicolás Maduro, the Minister of Popular Power for Foreign Affairs, Yván Gil, arrived in Panama this Sunday to attend the inauguration of José Raúl Mulino, elected as the new President of the Central American nation on May 5, after obtain victory with 34,23% of the votes.

Upon his arrival in Panama City, the Chancellor held a pleasant meeting with the heads of delegations present to participate in the Presidential Transfer of Command Act, according to a press release from the Mpre.

This Monday, prior to the inauguration, the minister greeted President José Raúl Mulino, to whom he transmitted the message of congratulations and good wishes from President Nicolás Maduro, "towards the Latin American union, with a deep Bolivarian sense."

The formal ceremony is planned at the Atlapa Convention Center, in the Panamanian capital, where Mulino will be sworn in for the period 2024-2029 and the presidential sash will be imposed on him by the president of the National Assembly (Parliament), elected shortly before by the new deputies who begin the legislature this Monday.

The inauguration will also be attended by the president of Honduras, Xiomara Castro de Zelaya, and the presidents of the neighboring countries Colombia, Gustavo Petro, and Costa Rica, Rodrigo Chaves.

Panama and Venezuela established diplomatic relations on February 3, 1904, called "Friendly Relations" at that time.

It is worth mentioning that José Raúl Mulino is a politician, who recently assumed command of his nation at 65 years of age, and committed to boosting the country's economic growth and addressing irregular migration through the Darien, border jungle. with Colombia.


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