The First International Meeting of Anti-Imperialist Indigenous Peoples of Americas
The First International Meeting of Anti-Imperialist Indigenous Peoples of America will be held in Venezuela from August 7-9, as part of the celebrations of the International Day of Indigenous Peoples
Caracas, July 31st (ABN).- Members of the Native Peoples of the continent will meet in the First International Meeting of Anti-Imperialist Indigenous Peoples of America that will take place in Venezuela on August 7th, 8th and 9th in Anzoátegui and Bolívar states.
The Minister of People’s Power for Indigenous Peoples, Nicia Maldonado, said Monday during a press conference held from Miraflores Presidential Palace that indigenous from 22 nations will attend the Congress.
The Minister explained that the event will be held on August 9th, as part of the celebrations of the International Day of Indigenous Peoples, in accordance with the United Nations (UN).
The activities will start on August 7th in the auditorium of the Venezuela-state run company (PDVSA), San Tomé PDVSA, and the closing ceremony will be held in the Indigenous Community Pemón Kumarakapay, in Bolívar state.
Minister Nicia Maldonado stressed that the agenda includes the discussion of several proposals of the Indo-American Socialism as an integrationist alternative of the peoples.
Translated by Natalia González