The Venezuelan regime made the pledge on Monday Strengthen cooperation Along with various international organizations, the country’s foreign minister met its representatives, Yuan GillHe has gone to Geneva to attend the 52nd regular session of the UN Human Rights Council.
The External Affairs Minister through his Twitter account said, “Kind regardsWith the Director General of the International Organization for Migration (IOM). Antonio Vitorinowith whom Venezuela pledged “Work in a radical and apolitical wayIn cooperation and mutual benefit”.
He also indicated that he had a meeting with the Commissioner for Human Rights (Acnudh). Volker Turk On a visit to the Caribbean country at the end of January – during which he affirmed the “commitment of the Bolivarian government and President Nicolás Maduro” to “a social state of law and justice, linked to the protection of fundamental rights. of Venezuela”.
On January 28, Turk announced at the end of a two-day visit to Venezuela Your office will remain for two years in the country “so that it can continue its work to advance the human rights agenda.”
On the other hand, during a “constructive dialogue”, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the President of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Mirjana Spoljaric“Bilateral Cooperation Issues” and “Assistance Challenges” were reviewed and evaluated.
On behalf of Maduro and the Venezuelan people, Gill pledged on Monday to present at the 52nd session of the UN Human Rights Council “the truth of a country that has tried to suppress its well-being with criminal sanctions.”
That is the human rights crisis Venezuela Analysis will be done on March 21 and 22 The Nicolás Maduro regime It can only intervene as a “concerned state” and not as a member of the Council after losing its seat by a vote of the UN General Assembly.
An oral report will be presented by the Human Rights Commissioner on March 21. Volker Turk On that day The situation in Venezuela and on technical cooperation with the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), followed by an interactive dialogue.
Also, the next day Fact-finding mission Submit an oral update on its work. Non-governmental organizations representing civil society will participate in both dialogues.
Thus, the rules Resolution 51/29 It was approved by a majority vote in the Council and it extended the mandate of the fact-finding mission until September 2024. Mission Statements and OHCHR They are discussed in triennial sessions of the Council.
(with information from EFE)