Dozens of Indigenous leaders from Latin America are meeting in Venezuela to plan strategies to continue their ancestral struggles.
More than 400 participants met in the 4th Congress of the Anti-imperialist Indigenous Peoples of Latin America. The meeting is being held in the quarters of the Indio Alegre production unit in Elorza, Romulo Gallegos municipality, Apure state. According to a message of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the place was chosen because of its historical relevance.
Representatives from Argentina, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Uruguay, Paraguay, El Salvador, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and Colombia, in addition to delegations from different Venezuelan indigenous communities have participated in the previous congresses.