SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, June 15. (EUROPE PRESS) –
The national secretary general of the Canarian-PNC Coalition, Fernando Clavijo, will travel to Venezuela tomorrow, Thursday, where he will develop a work agenda with the nationalist organization in the Venezuelan country. Clavijo will intervene in different technical tables in which the reality experienced by the more than 51,000 Canarians and their descendants in the country will be discussed.
With these days of work, the leader of the Canarian nationalists seeks to bring to Venezuela the active listening promoted by the Canarian nationalists since last January to social and economic agents and to society in general in the Islands within the framework of the program ‘Canarias he needs you’.
The nationalist leader thus intends to collect “the reality experienced by Canarians and their descendants in a Venezuela marked by the country’s difficult economic and political situation in recent years.”
In this way, Fernando Clavijo will address in the different technical work tables from health care, the shortage of medicines and the difficulties in accessing basic foodstuffs to the socio-health policies for the Canarian community residing in the country and its decendents.
The leader of the Canarian nationalists will take advantage of the work schedule in the country to hold meetings with the president and secretary of the Council of Spanish Residents (CRE) in Venezuela, Isabel Jara and Ana María Navarro. In the same way, he will meet with the head of the diplomatic mission of the Embassy of Spain in the Venezuelan country, Ramón Santos.
The secretary general intends “not only to listen to the Canarian diaspora in Venezuela, but also to mark a road map for Canarian nationalists to promote measures that allow improving the living conditions of Canarians and their descendants in this country.”