Vladimir Putin awarded with the first Hugo Chavez Peace Prize by Venezuela

Posted on:25 Jan 2017 09:24:07
Vladimir Putin awarded with the first Hugo Chavez Peace Prize by Venezuela
25 January 2017 Current Affairs: Russia’s President Vladimir Putin was awarded the first ever Hugo Chavez Prize for Peace and Sovereignty by the Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on January 18, 2017 at the Presidential Palace in Miraflores, Caracas, Venezuela.

The Peace Prize has been named in honor of late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez who served as the 64th President of Venezuela from 1999 to 2013.

Putin was chosen by the award committee set up in October 2016 for being a fighter of peace. He has been recognized as a great leader of peace, a great ruler of the multi-centric and multi-polar world.

The Hugo Chavez Prize for Peace and Sovereignty aims to recognize global and national personalities who have stood out in the struggle for peace, for sovereignty and the independence of peoples. 

The prize consists of a statuette of Hugo Chavez.

 

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