The Venezuelan diplomat described the meeting as “very important and fruitful” and added that the meeting resulted in agreements for the implementation of President Giammattei’s decision to break relations with the Maduro dictatorship. “The Guatemalan diplomatic representation in Caracas has already left the country and we only hope that the representative of the dictatorship on Guatemalan soil will do the same, to continue moving forward,” she said.
In the same order, the ambassador stressed that together with the Guatemalan foreign minister they touched on the most important aspects of the relationship between the two countries, in order to make progress in the reestablishment of bilateral relations. “We are talking about an alliance between all of Latin America for the defense of the democracies in our countries,” she said.
Finally, Romero reported that as far as President Giammattei’s agenda allows, in the coming weeks she will receive her credentials to be officially invested as extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to the government of Guatemala.
A message to Venezuelans in Guatemala
Ambassador Romero sent a message of optimism to Venezuelans living in the Central American country in which she stressed the importance of maintaining tranquility while diplomatic and consular relations are soon to be resumed to allow, together with the Guatemalan government, the solution to their needs, as well as the defense of their rights as a working community and defender of democracy in Guatemala.