May 17, 2022

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Maduro highlights Venezuela's economic growth in 2021

Maduro highlights Venezuela’s economic growth in 2021

While presenting the accounts of his government’s administration before the National Assembly, the president gave as a positive example the growth of foreign trade and imports of 33 percent.

“There has been an increase in household consumption, real indicators of economic recovery in Venezuela. He stressed the economy in victory and victory for the benefit of the people.

In the same vein, he denounced the unilateral coercive measures imposed by Washington and the actions of the far right to stifle the country, highlighting how, in the midst of all this, the monthly bags delivered to families could have been purely. Venezuelan resources.

We got a balanced and fair result, he said. Now – and he stressed – I urge governors and mayors to do their job and hopefully in 2022 we will maintain stability and go even further.

Likewise, he explained how the United States interrupted the process of dialogue between the opposition and the government, which began in Mexico, by illegally extraditing diplomat Alex Saab.

“It was a great achievement, the fruit of patience, perseverance and faith in the country, with mutual recognition between the two political blocs, as a national agenda was set with optimal results, and when we thought about embodying everything, Saab was hijacked,” he emphasized.

He noted that before the start of these negotiations, Washington had implicitly and explicitly committed to respecting the diplomatic status of the Special Envoy as a member of the Mexican delegation.

He wondered from inside the White House, who had taken the decision to extradite him and a stab at those negotiations.

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The report and account is a government balance developed by the executive branch, and carried out at the beginning of the year, during the first fifteen days of January.

The session was attended by heads of public authorities, the Public Prosecution, the Office of the Comptroller, the diplomatic corps accredited to the state, the vice presidents, governors and some mayors.