April 12, 2019 06:51
Updated on April 12, 2019 at 20:00
Elisa Trotta Gamus received this dossier on Friday, which she mandated for the diplomatic representative in Argentina, the president responsible for Venezuela, Juan Guaidó
Marcelo Suárez Salvia, National Director of the Ceremonial of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Religious Affairs, handed over the credentials in the presence of Chancellor Jorge Fauri in the headquarters of the Argentine Foreign Ministry.
Faurie has ratified the support of the Argentine government for the roadmap proposed by Parliament to restore democracy in Venezuela, respect for human rights and response to the country's humanitarian crisis.
Guaidó has appointed 32 ambassadors worldwide: Argentina, USA, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Honduras, Panama, Peru, Brazil, Guatemala, Paraguay, Spain, Germany, France, Portugal, Malta, Sweden, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Romania, Andorra, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Bulgaria, Poland, Morocco and the United Kingdom.
In addition, before the Lima Group, he appointed a special representative for Julio Borges.
With information from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Religion