This Friday, June 19th, the Venezuelan Embassy in Bolivia was officially opened after a process of restructuring and maintenance that began on April 4th, when Ambassador-designate Winston Flores presented his credentials to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, Karen Longaric.
The opening was marked by an inauguration event that began at 11 AM, where the Ambassador was present along with his team from La Paz, Santa Cruz and Cochabamba, as well as several personalities from the Andean country.
With this inauguration, attention to the public will also begin, complying with all the regulations governing the quarantine that is carried out in the department of La Paz and within the framework of fulfilling the instructions of President Juan Guaidó to attend to the Venezuelan diaspora.
Such attention will be from 9 AM to 12 AM and will be provided digitally, through the Embassy’s social networks and website.
It should be noted that, after the expulsion of the usurping authorities, the facilities of the Venezuelan Embassy were almost completely dismantled and looted, providing evidence of numerous cases of corruption that characterized the management of the narco-dictatorship.
Likewise, the arrival of Winston Flores to La Paz as ambassador was part of the recognition that on November 13th, 2019, current President Jeanine Añez gave publicly to the government of President Guaidó and requested a new diplomatic delegation in support of the democratic struggle that Guaidó has been undertaking since January 23th, 2019. Likewise, the president of Bolivia has also been recognized as head of state by President Juan Guaidó.