Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s participation in the Ibero-American Summit confirmed
It has been confirmed that Nicolás Maduro, the President of Venezuela, intends to participate in the upcoming Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State and Government. Despite criticism from some member countries, Maduro’s participation has been approved by the organizers of the summit. The summit aims to bring together national and international authorities to discuss important issues and promote cooperation among Ibero-American countries.
However, Maduro’s attendance has been met with controversy due to concerns regarding his government’s human rights record and the current political and economic situation in Venezuela. Despite this, the organizers have maintained their decision to allow Maduro’s participation in the summit.
According to sources, President Nicolás Maduro’s attendance at the XXVIII Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, is scheduled but it could also be a last-minute decision. Maduro’s decision to attend the summit comes after he canceled his participation in the Celac Summit held in Argentina earlier this year.
The Foreign Ministry of the Dominican Republic has not commented on the matter, and journalists covering official Venezuelan media have stated that they have no information about Maduro’s attendance. The Spanish outlet El Mundo has expressed doubts about Maduro’s attendance, suggesting that his participation could serve to improve his image and political standing.