Massive Turnout in Defense of Venezuela's Bolivarian Revolution PDF Print E-mail

As opposition supporters protested in the streets of Caracas, pro-government Chavistas came out to show their support for President Maduro and to defend the Bolivarian Revolution.


Thousands of pro-government supporters staged a counter rally to defend President Nicolas Maduro after the right-wing opposition called for a "taking of Caracas" march to demand Maduro's ouster.

The Chavistas gathered in front of the presidential palace Miraflores in Caracas Wednesday where President Maduro gave a speech on the achievements of the Bolivarian Revolution and the importance of defending it.

President Nicolas Maduro addresses a crowd of government supporters, eager to defend the government against opposition calls for a recall referendum.Photo:EFE

President Nicolas Maduro addresses a crowd of government supporters, eager to defend the government against opposition calls for a recall referendum.Photo:EFE

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“If every President of the World furnishes one gram of what Commander Chavez contributed, we would live in a perfect world”. PDF Print E-mail

Ban Kin-moon General Secretary of United Nations.

 
PRESIDENT OF INDIA’S MESSAGE ON NATIONAL DAY OF VENEZUELA PDF Print E-mail


Rashtrapati Bhavan : 04.07.2016

The President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee has extended his greetings and felicitations to the Government and people of theBolivarian Republic of Venezuela on the eve of theirNational Day (July 05, 2016).

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Contact Information PDF Print E-mail

Ambassador:

Augusto Montiel

Location

A-19 Anand Niketan, New Delhi – 110 021
Tel: 011- 24111687, 41680218, 41680219 
Fax: 011- 41750743, 24111686,

Concurrent Countries

Bangladesh 
Nepal 
Sri Lanka

Working Hours


Embassy
09:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. / 2:00 p.m. – 5:00p.m. 
Monday to Friday

Consular Section
Reception of documents: 09:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 
Monday to Thursday
Collection of document: 09:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 
Monday to Friday

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Diplomatic Relations PDF Print E-mail

Diplomatic relations between Venezuela and India, which were established on October 1st 1959, have widened, diversified and deepened growing cooperation on political, technical, economic, and scientific areas, since President Hugo Chávez visit to New Delhi, in March 2005. The exchange of high level visits has contributed to strengthen the bilateral relations and contributed to an atmosphere of mutual goodwill and understanding.


Relations between Venezuela and India are based on friendship, cooperation and convergence on several issues at the international and bilateral levels. There is a symmetry between the two governments in their commitment to the pursuit of social justice and fair distribution of welfare. As members of the United Nations, the Group of 15, and the Non – Aligned Countries both countries consistently promote multilateralism, self determination, dignity, and equality among all nations.

 

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