The workers of the provincial radio station Radio 26 signed the solidarity document in support of Venezuela and its President Nicolás Maduro due to the aggressive policy of the United States government.
Pedro López Amaro, who works in the technical department of the plant and is a native of the sister country, was the first to head the list of signatures.
Recently the Venezuelan visited his country and saw how his countrymen fight to keep Donald Trump and his hostile policy at bay, however his family is in good health and they stay together to defend the nation at the price that is necessary.
This day promoted by the political and mass organizations, labor and study centers, as well as state workers and self-employed workers reaffirms how unacceptable the resurgence of the economic, commercial and financial bloc imposed by the United States government on the Bolivarian nation is for our people.
It is worth highlighting the active participation in these solidary acts of the different teaching centers that together with athletes, journalists, artists and uniformed denounce the need to avoid military interference in the sister Venezuelan Republic at all costs.