|Posted by Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation on March 12, 2013 at 6:55 PM|
On 7 March 2013, the Embassy of Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Romania had hosted a ceremony in the memory of the late President of Venezuela: Hugo Chavez Frias.
H.E. Zulay Coromoto Prieto de Rodriguez, Venezuela`s Charge d`affairs, had welcomed the foreign dignitaries and official delegation`s arrived to pay respects to the posthumous leader of Venezuela.
Professor Dr. Anton Caragea, Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation had led the romanian delegation attending the ceremonies.
Professor Dr. Anton Caragea and professor dr.Mircea Constantinescu signing the Condolence Book
Professor dr. Anton Caragea expressed his regret to the passing of venezuelean leader and stated that: President Hugo Chavez has succeeded to offer to Venezuela not solely economic development and prosperity, but also equity and justice and a political and social model for all the Latin American countries.
The delegation led by Professor dr. Anton Caragea has signed the Condolence Book and took part in a photograph session together with the ambassadors present at the ceremony.
In the end of ceremony Professor dr. Anton Caragea, Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation, had entrusted to H.E. Zulay Coromoto Prieto de Rodriguez , Venezuela`s Charge d`affairs, a letter of support addressed to the new President of Venezuela: Nicolas Maduro.
The letter underlined romanian side conviction that: Nicolas Maduro will fulfill the Bolivarian revolution legacy and expressed the hope that Romania-Venezuela relations will register a continuous development.
H.E. Zulay Coromoto Prieto de Rodriguez expressed venezuelan side appreciation for the romanian delegation attending the ceremony in memory of late President Hugo Chavez and for speedy recognition of new President of Venezuela, Mr. Nicolas Maduro and for the instrumental role played by Professor Dr. Anton Caragea in the solid development of bilateral relation in the latest years. This gesture will develop our bilateral relation further, concluded H.E. Zulay Coromoto Prieto de Rodriguez.