Caracas - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro celebrated the first anniversary of Venezuela's Great Transport Mission with the announcement of several measures to strengthen that sector.
The head of State met on Tuesday with transport workers at the Simon Bolivar Hall of the Miraflores Palace (headquarters of the Executive), where he highlighted the achievements the country has achieved in the automotive services amid the US blockade.
Among the measures, Maduro announced the signing of the decree for the effective establishment of the national aeronautics company (EANSA), attached to the Consortium of Aircraft Industries and Air Services (CONVIASA), with a capital of 12.200 billion Bolivars (about US$160.000).
The president pointed out on the need to boost the worker participation processes to build a socialist management model of the Caracas Metro company.
He stressed that through Venezuela's Great Transport Mission, the progress of transport for the Venezuelans will be modernized, adapted and achieved with discipline and love.
This program is part of the initiative applied by the Bolivarian Government for the economic recovery and it is included within the seven strategic lines established by President Maduro for that purpose.
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