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Venezuela committed to food security before the FAO

Ambassador Di Luca indicated that she will continue with the missions entrusted by President Maduro and Foreign Minister Gil

The ambassador and permanent representative of Venezuela to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Marilyn Di Luca, presented her credentials to the director general of the organization, Mr. QU Dongyu.

This was reported through his account on the social network X, in which he highlighted that he is committed “to defending the sacred right to food and better nutrition.”

The presentation of the credentials is a protocol act that marks the official beginning of his duties on behalf of Venezuela, in accordance with the guidelines of the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro.

Likewise, it is an essential step that strengthens Venezuela's presence in international forums, and allows greater participation in discussions and decisions that affect global food security.

This event reinforces Venezuela's commitment to the global objectives of eradicating hunger and promoting adequate nutrition. In this sense, the ambassador emphasized the importance of international cooperation and joint work to achieve these goals, in line with the ideals and legacy of the líderIt is historical of the country.

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