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posted by: equatorialguineaonline.com – April 23, 2015

As part of the defense and solidarity with Venezuela, social movements, organizations and activists have participated in the World Day of Action in Solidarity with Venezuela, during April 19, coinciding with the commemoration of the 205 years of the first cry for independence of the Bolivarian country.

Under the slogan “Venezuela is not a threat, it is a hope”, social movements from the five continents have expressed their message of support and solidarity with the country against attempts of foreign interference; they have also ratified that the Bolivarian Republic is not alone, as it has the support of the peoples of the world.

This position has been strengthened by the solidarity given within the celebration of the 7th Summit of the Americas and the Peoples Summit (Panama 2015), as well as the various statements issued by organizations and institutions such as the Council for World Peace; the World Federation of Democratic Youth; the World Union Federation; the Women’s International Democratic Federation; the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR); the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC); the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM); the Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas (ALBA); the Organization of American States (OAS); the Continental Organization of Latin American and Caribbean Students, and the Continental Bolivarian Movement, and dozens of parties and organizations from all the continents.

The Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Malabo, along with supportive friends of the country, joined this global day of solidarity for peace and unity of peoples, sending a greeting from the African continent to the homeland of Bolivar and Chavez, in order to continue gathering efforts for the maintenance of peace, unity and brotherhood, against the special interests that threaten the harmony in the world.

Text and photos: Clemente Ela Ondo Onguene (D. G. Base Internet)
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office


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