Bernardo Álvarez, Venezuela’s ambassador to the Organization of American States, made his first speech as the chairman of the OAS’s permanent council on Monday and defended Venezuela’s rejection of OAS monitoring of the upcoming elections. He’ll hold the chair for three months.
Bernardo Álvarez, Venezuela’s ambassador to the Organization of American States, made his first speech as the chairman of the OAS’s permanent council on Monday and defended Venezuela’s rejection of OAS monitoring of the upcoming elections. He’ll hold the chair for three months. Juan Manuel Herrera Organization of American States
Bernardo Álvarez, Venezuela’s ambassador to the Organization of American States, made his first speech as the chairman of the OAS’s permanent council on Monday and defended Venezuela’s rejection of OAS monitoring of the upcoming elections. He’ll hold the chair for three months. Juan Manuel Herrera Organization of American States

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