The president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, expressed solidarity this Sunday with all those affected by the severe rains that have afflicted several regions of the country.
“Our solidarity with all our people who have suffered the ravages of the heavy rains in different states of Venezuela in recent days,” said President (e) Guaidó in a message broadcast through his official Twitter account.
Likewise, the Venezuelan head of state pointed out that the Venezuelan agricultural sector is experiencing a difficult time, not only due to the economic crisis ravaging the country but also due to heavy rains.
Furthermore, Guaidó gave as an example the banana producers in the state of Zulia, who are currently fighting to save their harvest and protect their families.
“Our honorable and noble producers are an example that even in the most difficult situations, worsened by the dictatorship, Venezuelans fight and do not give up,” he said.
Finally, the Venezuelan president stressed that he will always raise his voice for each of the Venezuelans and that he will never give up until he liberates Venezuela.
Nuestros honrados y nobles productores son ejemplo de que aún en las situaciones más difíciles, agravadas por la dictadura, los venezolanos luchamos y no nos rendimos.
Así también es nuestra lucha por liberar a Venezuela. Debemos alzar la voz por cada uno de nosotros.
— Juan Guaidó (@jguaido) November 15, 2020