This Sunday, February 28, 2021, authorities of the Venezuelan Government together with defense Minister, Chief General Vladimir Padrino López, Governor Jorge Luis García Carneiro, military officials and deputies and deputies to the National Assembly (AN), commemorated the 260 Anniversary’s birth of the hero and martyr José María España and La Guaira Day, with a Civic-Military-Police Parade framed in the Bicentennial of the Battle of Carabobo.
In this sense, G / C Vladímir Padrino classified the Civic-Military-Police parade as splendid, where the vibe of the Guaireños and Guaireñas, of their cultural expressions, is felt, in addition to the Civic-Military union of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces ( FANB) that is united to its people.
“It has been a spectacle that had to be celebrated by my G / C García Carneiro in style, and I want to thank on behalf of the Constitutional President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, for the presence that adorns this act of State authorities,” he said .
Likewise, Minister Padrino López emphasized that it is good to have a National Assembly (AN) together with the people, for the true political debate that leaves benefits to the people of Venezuela, that adds value to the revolutionary struggle.
“This is a National Assembly constituted by the popular vote, expressed by our people,” he said.
In the same way, he highlighted the brotherhood that exists and reigns with great force with the Republic of Cuba.
“It is to admire the solidarity of the Cuban people sown by Commander Fidel Castro, by General Raúl Castro, by President Díaz Canel and for all this that unites us in Alba, in the international spirit of solidarity that must reign when a global pandemic such as COVID-19 that has caused more than 2.5 million human beings ”, he indicated.
The G / C Vladimir Padrino López thanked the Cuban people, Commanders Hugo Chávez and Fidel Castro for making possible the brotherhood that exists between Cuba and Venezuela.
Minister Padrino López could not fail to mention when remembering Josefa Joaquina, wife of the hero and martyr José María España who was with him by his side what a rebel woman in the same struggle to free herself from the Spanish yoke and with her own hands embroidered the first revolutionary and libertarian flag.
“Honor to the Venezuelan woman, honor to Josefa Joaquina Sánchez in our feminist character of the Bolivarian Revolution,” he added.