The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, attended this Sunday the inauguration of the new La Guaira state baseball stadium built with federal funding under harsh US economic santions, participating in a friendly civic-military game between the teams of the Executive Cabinet and the Bolivarian National Armed Forces ( FANB).
¡Extraordinario Juego Amistoso de Sóftbol! En unión Cívico–Militar, compartimos al pueblo la inauguración de un poderoso estadio de béisbol, de los más bellos que hay en Venezuela. Instalaciones para el desarrollo deportivo a su máximo nivel. pic.twitter.com/8ahlh6vHRp
— Nicolás Maduro (@NicolasMaduro) January 6, 2020
“It is a powerful stadium in the town of La Guaira, the Forum of La Guaira. Powerful and beautiful for La Guaira. Gigantic stadium, the largest in Venezuela. We came to inaugurate it,” he said in his opening words, accompanied by the first lady, Cilia Flores, Executive Vice President Delcy Rodríguez, the governor of the municipality, Jorge Luis García Carneiro, the president of the ANC, Diosdado Cabello, Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino López and senior FANB officers, among others.
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El estadío forum la Guaira
Nuestro presidente @NicolasMaduro comprometido con el deporte de todos los venezolanos#DeporteUniónYPaz pic.twitter.com/EAeRO9y4qU
— ❤️ Tuitero Vzla🇻🇪 (@Isaacpsuv1) January 6, 2020
The head of state thanked the regional leader for the management employed for the construction and completion of this great sports infrastructure. He recalled that in Caracas another large stadium is being built on La Rinconada grounds and he proposed to Carneiro, before the cameras, to take charge of finishing the works of this second sports facility.
“I’ll give you the address and headquarters so that you finish building the Caracas Stadium. Do you accept the challenge?. Approved,” said the head of state upon receiving the positive response from the regional president.
“From tomorrow, Monday, January 6, you take the reins of the Caracas Stadium sooner rather than later to inaugurate it,” he said, before offering a brief press conference with the journalists who covered the simple and popular presidential ceremony.
Source URL: Correo del Orinoco with OT content
Translated by JRE/EF