The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela was elected to chair the Working Group of the International Fund for the Diversity of Culture in the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
The information was published through the Twitter account @delevenezunesco, which details that “in recognition of Venezuelan work deployed in the International Fund for the Promotion of Culture, Ambassador Hector Constant was elected by acclamation as the new President of the Working Group that seeks to revitalize the Fund. Venezuela continues to advance in its cultural diplomacy! ”
HOY| En reconocimiento al trabajo venezolano desplegado en Fondo Internacional de Promoción de la Cultura, Embajador @h_constant fue electo por aclamación como nuevo Presidente del Grupo de Trabajo que busca revitalizarlo. ¡Venezuela continúa cosechando su Diplomacia Cultural! pic.twitter.com/I6r2XP1bhe
— Venezuela en la UNESCO (@delevenezunesco) February 5, 2020
The International Fund for Cultural Diversity supports the application of the convention and encourages the emergence of a dynamic cultural sector in developing countries.
Featured image: Archive photo. Ambassador Hector Constant in a meeting last October denouncing the effects of US Sanctions.
Translated by JRE/EF