Venezuela commemorates the Day of the Union of South American Nations PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 18 April 2017 13:40
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The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro Moros, on behalf of the Government and the people of Venezuela, commemorates the day of the Union of South American Nations, celebrating today the tenth anniversary of the historic South American Energy Summit held on Margarita Island, Venezuela, on April 17, 2007, where 'the cornerstone of South American Union was fearlessly laid": UNASUR.

The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela claims the historical significance of this First South American Energy Summit. On that occasion, our eternal Commander Hugo Chavez Frias presented his geopolitical vision of independence, sovereignty, solidarity and complementarity that motivated South American nations to join in an emerging, dynamic and alternative bloc in order to counteract the unipolar approach of the major centers of hegemonic power.

Today, when the integrationist project of the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) is threatened by the imperial centers and their lackeys, the people of the Great Homeland claim the prominent socio-economic advances achieved during the last decade, thanks to the incommensurables efforts of the Presidents Hugo Chavez Frias, Nestor Kirchner, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, Rafael Correa and Evo Morales, visionary promoters and builders of the South American Great Homeland.

Venezuela reaffirms its intention to continue advancing the construction of a South American identity under the principle of unity in the midst of diversity as an irreversible historical task and with generational projection. This is key for the preservation of democratic values and for the promotion of human rights, the maintenance of regional stability and the consolidation of our Great Homeland as a zone of peace.


Caracas, April 17, 2017


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