AND.- Chancellor of the Republic Jorge Arreaza, tonight explained that all media and foreign news agencies coming to the country should formalize their entry into the country's consulates before traveling to Venezuela.
"International media and agencies know that, in order to avoid unnecessary inconvenience, they need to take the necessary procedures at consulates before traveling to the country," he wrote from his account Twitter.
He condemned the fact that this week some journalists came to the Miraflores Palace without authorization and without proper work permit.
"Some foreign journalists have arrived in the country occasionally without prior work permit at our consulates. Several have tried to gain access to the Presidential Palace without accreditation. Like any other country in the world, journalists cannot give themselves accreditation," he said.
On the other hand, Isbemar Jiménez, Deputy Minister of Communication and Information for Venezuela, published on his Twitter digital account account, which should familiarize press officers and special envoys with the @Mippcivzla web portal, where prerequisites for any accreditation appear.