The Venezuelan delegation that will participate in the General Assembly of the United Nations is already in New York City, United States. The representatives of the government of President Juan Guaidó will begin their meetings this Sunday starting with a meeting with the Foreign Minister of Spain, Joseph Borrell and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Portugal, Augusto Santos.
Tomorrow Monday, they will hold a working meeting with the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet. Then they will have a high-level meeting with the foreign ministers of the Lima Group to agree on pressure actions against Nicolás Maduro’s regime, and the day will end participating in the discussion in the TIAR consultative body.
The national representation appointed by President Guaido will be headed by the Commissioner for Foreign Affairs Julio Borges, who will be accompanied by ambassadors to the United States, Carlos Vecchio and the Organization of American States, Gustavo Tarre, as well as by Deputy Miguel Pizarro, appointed as Presidential Commissioner for the United Nations Organization.
On Tuesday the delegation will materialize a high-level meeting with the European Union delegation and will be at the formal dinner that President Trump will offer to the representatives of the Americas.
On Wednesday, Commissioner Julio Borges will give the keynote address at the meeting held by US President Donald Trump with leaders from across the region. The Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo and President Trump himself will also speak at this event. In addition, the official delegation will have a bilateral meeting with their counterparts from Germany.
On Thursday there will be a meeting with the Moroccan government to expand the international coalition that supports the Venezuelan parliament and President Guaido. Likewise, it will participate in other official bilateral meetings within the framework of the General Assembly.
To close, a joint pronouncement of the entire delegation will be held on Friday before the media.