Lionel will speak in London about energy security in Venezuela and the Caribbean

LONDON, England.- Former President of the Dominican Republic, Lionel Fernandez, arrived at London Heathrow International Airport this Sunday to be the keynote speaker at an educational meeting in the city on electoral issues in Venezuela. An oil alliance called PetroCarib and energy security in the Caribbean were discussed.

The event Fernández was invited to is organized by former ambassadors The Ambassador Partnership and consulting firm Dentons, and is titled “Governance, Debt, Energy Security: Venezuela and the Caribbean Region” (Governance, Debt, Energy Security : Venezuela and the Caribbean Region). It will be held this Monday at the Royal Automobile Club, London, 89 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5HS from 9:00am to 5:00pm UK time.

According to a statement from Fernández's office, the former Dominican president's participation will be at 4 p.m., where he will share the stage with Felix Placencia, Ambassador and Head of Mission of the Bolivarian Republic of the Bolivarian Republic to the United Kingdom. Representative of the International Maritime Organization (IMO); María Eugenia Mosquera, geopolitical and integrated communications consultant and founder of VALETV; Luis Vicente Leon, from Dataanalysis; and Brunello Rosa, Economist, Rosa & Rubini Associates.

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Moderated by Lord Anthony St. John, there will be audience and panelist participation on future pathways for Venezuela and the Caribbean in light of geopolitics, debt restructuring and security needs.

The event, which Fernandez was invited to, is organized by former ambassadors' association The Ambassador Partnership and Denton's Consulting Buffet.

The event, which will also feature the President of the Foundation for Global Democracy and Development (FUNGLODE), will feature several conversations: Vicente Bravo, from Repsol, a global energy company; Olivier de Langavant, of Maurel & Prom; François Proust of Rothschild; Alessandro Amati, from Vitol; Caleb McCurry, the Bush administration's Cuba transition coordinator; Robert Amsterdam, Amsterdam & Partners; Peter Colcott, former British ambassador to Brazil; and Adrianus Koetsanruijter, Head of the EEAS (European External Action Service) in South America.

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Also, discussions will feature the following: Stephen Charbit, Rothschild; Hans Humes, Greylock Capital; Deborah Sandstra, Clifford Chance; Philippe Guyonnet-Dupérat, Paris Club; Martine Peterman, Merlin Consultants; Among other personalities from the world of politics, academia and business.

In the following days, Tuesday and Wednesday, during his stay in the capital of the United Kingdom, Lionel Fernandez will visit the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge. He holds meetings at the Royal Institute of International Affairs Chatham House, the Financial Times and the School of Public Policy, London School of Economics and Political Science, LSE.

Esmond Harmon

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