The Minister Counselor of the Embassy in the United States, Gustavo Marcano, invited the South Florida community to accompany President (E) Juan Guaidó from 10 a.m. on a meeting against dictatorships at the Miami Airport Convention Center.
Marcano extended the invitation to the Cuban and Nicaraguan people. “Tomorrow we are going to have an act of freedom not only for Venezuela, but also for the other countries of the region,” he said.
The Venezuelan diplomat stressed that the security process will be strict, since as a head of state, the security of the event will be guided by the U.S. Secret Service.
“Although the event starts at 2:00pm, the doors will be opened from 10:00am. People who wish to attend should refrain from carrying signs with sticks, lighters, large backpacks, baby carriages,” the Venezuelan official emphasized.
Marcano thanked all those involved in the execution of the event for their collaboration.
The Venezuelan diplomat emphasized that during his tour, the president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, has held important meetings with the main political figures of both the United States and the world’s democratic nations.
“Tomorrow, President (E) Guaidó will offer a balance of his tour and will explain what the next steps will be,” he ended.