Caracas, Sep 27 (RHC) The presidents of Venezuela and Bolivia, Nicolas Maduro and Evo Morales, met in Caracas on Thursday to consider current bilateral cooperation relations and actions to guarantee the sovereignty of their nations.
Maduro and Morales expressed concern about US attempts to launch a military aggression against Syria with the pretext that Damascus used chemical weapons.
The Bolivian President expressed his support of Venezuela against recent provocations organized in the United States against Nicolas Maduro, if he attended the 68th Session of the UN General Assembly in New York and he considered it important for sister nations to set up an international court to judge those who violate international law.
Nicolas Maduro said that the 21st century revolution in Latin America has been possible thanks to mutual friendship among nations and the historic legacy of commanders Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez. He affirmed that the Venezuelan government will continue to develop the revolutionary and Bolivarian project initially implemented by Hugo Chavez.
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