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CHÁVEZ'S HEALTH | He is visiting President Chávez

Nicolás Maduro arrives in Cuba

The Venezuelan Vice-President reported on his trip to Havana on Friday, during a meeting of the Housing Higher Committee in Caracas. He was welcomed at the José Martí international airport in Havana by Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez. Electricity Minister Héctor Navarro was appointed as the acting vice-president of Venezuela

Maduro took part in a meeting of the Mission Housing Venezuela before departing for Havana (Photo: AVN)
EL UNIVERSAL
Friday January 11, 2013  09:14 PM
Venezuelan Executive Vice-President and Foreign Minister Nicolás Maduro arrived Friday in Cuba, as reported by Prensa Latina news agency, quoted the official Venezuelan News Agency (AVN).

Maduro was welcomed at the José Martí international airport in Havana by Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez, the official agency said.

Maduro reported on his trip to Havana on Friday, during a meeting of the Housing Higher Committee in Caracas. "In a few hours I have to travel to Havana to visit him (President Hugo Chávez) again, as we have been doing."

Maduro added that the members of Chávez's "political team" who have visited the Venezuelan president in Havana include Congress Speaker Diosdado Cabello, Solicitor General Cilia Flores, Minister of Science and Technology Jorge Arreaza and Adán Chávez, the reelected governor of Barinas state.

Maduro announced that he appointed Electricity Minister Héctor Navarro as acting vice-president.

Chávez has been in Cuba from early December 2012, as he is recovering from a cancer operation.
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