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Spain's Crown Prince Felipe arrives in Venezuela for Chávez's funeral

The heir to the Spanish throne and high representative of the Spanish government was accompanied by Secretary of State for Latin America Jesús Gracia. He is scheduled to return home upon completion of the state funeral for President Hugo Chávez

EL UNIVERSAL
Friday March 08, 2013  07:04 AM
At 5:00 am on Friday, Prince Felipe de Borbón arrived in Venezuela to pay honors to late President Hugo Chávez.

The heir to the Spanish throne and high representative of the Spanish government was accompanied by Secretary of State for Latin America Jesús Gracia. He is scheduled to return home upon completion of the state funeral for President Hugo Chávez.

Prince Felipe was greeted at the Simón Bolívar International Airport in Maiquetía, north Caracas, by a Venezuelan delegation led by Minister of Tourism Alejandro Fleming. Spanish Ambassador to Venezuela Antonio Pérez Hernández was also present, Venezuelan official news agency AVN reported.
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