The Venezuelan Embassy in Hanoi held a ceremony on March 5 to commemorate the second anniversary of the death of late President Hugo Chavez and introduce his “Blue Book”.

At the event, Venezuelan Ambassador Jorge Rondon Uzcategui recalled the late leader’s significant contributions to the liberation and development of the Latin American country.

He also highlighted Chavez’s love for and attention to children, the elderly and the disadvantaged.

Chairman of the Vietnam-Venezuela Friendship Association Nguyen Viet Thao spoke highly of efforts made by Venezuelan leaders to continue upholding the missions and ideas of the late President.

The “Blue Book: The Tree with Three Roots” encompasses Chavez’s ideas on Government projects and socio-economic structures.

President Hugo Chavez Rias died of cancer on March 5, 2013 at the age of 58. He is considered as a revolutionary icon of Latin America and founded the revolutionary movement People’s Liberation Army of Venezuela in 1977. Chavez dedicated 36 years of his life to revolutionary activities, including 15 years as the President of Venezuela and opening a new chapter for the Latin American country.-VNA