Interviewed in local television, Jaua emphasized the contribution of the Bolivarian Government with consolidating regional blocs as the Bolivarian Alliance for the People's of Our America (ALBA), Petrocaribe, Common Market of the South (Mercosur) and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC).
Also, he highlighted the respectful relationship Venezuela has with China, Russia and other nations from Europe, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean.
"It is about strengthening a series of relationships. We share a view of the world and a view of building a society where equality prevails," he added.
In this connection, Jaua said that during his term in office he will continue the foreign policy and fraternal relations with sister countries maintained by his predecessor Nicolas Maduro on behalf of Venezuela for over six years.
"Venezuela is recognized internationally and we have the best relations with countries of the world. So, there is not real and objective condition for destabilization in the country," said Jaua, reaffirming the willingness of the Revolutionary Government to keep peace and dialogs with all political sectors in the Nation.
"The government of President Hugo Chavez, as nationwide as abroad, will always bet on dialogs and peace. Our proposal is peace. A Revolution cannot achieve its goals amidst instability and confrontation," he stated.
Vice-president Nicolas Maduro informed Tuesday, during a session of the National Assembly to render account of the Government's administration last year, that President Hugo Chavez had appointed Elias Jaua as Venezuela's new foreign minister.