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Venezuela expresses sympathy to St. Lucia and St. Vincent


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President Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, on behalf of the Venezuela government and people, offers his deepest condolences to the fraternal peoples of Dominica, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and The Grenadines, for the unfortunate loss of human life, injuries and material damages that occurred as a result of the heavy rains this past 24th and 25th of December.

The Bolivarian government expresses its feelings of brotherhood and solidarity, in particular on these significant dates, and reiterates its permanent commitment with the peoples of the Caribbean, especially in difficult times like these.

The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela also expresses its unwavering support to the efforts of the respective governments, in the care of the victims and the reconstruction of the affected infrastructure, with the aim of continuing the promotion of the sustainable development of the Greater Caribbean, to the benefit of our peoples.

Caracas, 27th December 2013

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  1. Wow. I learnt a new system of measurement. "1 million metric barrels of oil"

  2. That's the problem with ull Lucian's. arms always outstretched begging. Why u feel there is so much tiff here. Dem boys eh want to work and expect to magically get stuff. The man e press sympathy why should we expect more wen he owes us nothing.

  3. The Poor! We are much better off in the condition we are presently, than lots of Venezuelans.

  4. Is that all? True sympathy will be welcomed with some much needed donations: food, water, clothing, mattresses, etc.

  5. Okay

    Thank you for your support. But what do we get to help the poor? Can we get a plane loads of toilet paper, food and water?


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