Maduro read a letter from Chavez but gave no details of his health
January 28, 2013
The vice president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, read a letter from Hugo Chavez, who said he pays attention to developing of summit CELAC and EU.
“It is an act of justice, after more than 50 years of resistance to imperial criminal blockade of the United States,” Chavez said referring to the presidency of Cuba in the block.
He added: “Latin America is saying that all attempts to isolate Cuba have failed and will fail.”
And paraphrased Argentine historian Jorge Abelardo Ramos: “There is a national issue unresolved: Latin America is not divided because it is undeveloped, is underdeveloped because it is divided.”
Chavez stressed the need to implement social commitments made at the CELAC.
The president highlighted “the development of Latin American and Caribbean program of literacy and the plan for the eradication of hunger.”
“The policy is a great learning, learning to live with differences, accept, process and complement”, the president also said in the letter.