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Chavez to Hold Press Conference at OPEC HQ


No 21/2001
Vienna, Austria, October 6, 2001
Media Advisory: Venezuela's President Chavez to Hold Press Conference at OPEC Headquarters. 10:00am, October 17, 2001


We are pleased to inform you that His Excellency President Hugo Chavez Frias, Head of State of Venezuela, shall visit Austria next week. On Wednesday, 17 October 2001, President Chavez will hold a press conference at 10:00 hours at the OPEC Secretariat.

As the historic Press Conference will be attended by major newswires and TV networks, we happily invite you to participate and have the opportunity of asking President Chavez questions.

It is noteworthy that Venezuela is increasingly becoming one of the major economic powerhouses in the world. In this rare visit to the OPEC Secretariat, President Chavez will tackle many of the pressing energy issues facing the global community at large.

Once again, you are most welcome to attend what promises to be a very enlightening exchange with President Chavez.

Date: Wednesday, 17 October 2001

Venue: OPEC Secretariat, Obere Donaustrasse 93

1020 Vienna, Austria

Time: 10:00 hours

Thank you.

ENDS

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