UN committee to hold in Venezuela summit on Palestine
Venezuela and Palestine entered into agreement to "dismantle mass media manipulation"
The ambassador remarked that the meeting aims at assessing the effects of the new status granted to Palestine (observer country) and the implementation of the actions adopted by the Movement of Non-Aligned Countries in order to draft a World Solidarity Plan for such a cause, AVN cited.
The decision to hold the meeting in Venezuela was made on Tuesday during talks held by Venezuelan Executive Vice-President and Foreign Minister Nicolás Maduro and Palestine Foreign Minister Riad Al-Maliki in Caracas, capital of Venezuela.
In their recent meeting, the two ministers entered into a Venezuela-Palestine bilateral agreement on communication and information to "dismantle mass media manipulation, which has been encouraged by international powerful groups." Other agreements were also initialed.
Ever since last March 9, when US President Barack Obama issued an Executive Order declaring Venezuela an "unusual and extraordinary threat" to the United States, the Venezuelan government has screamed denunciations of supposed plans of invasion or military incursion by the United States.