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Venezuelan FM Slams “Interventionist” Statement from Regional Governments

Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez responds to the 11 country statement on state TV TuesdayPhoto: El Universal
Venezuelan FM Slams “Interventionist” Statement from Regional Governments

Venezuela rejected on Monday interfering statements by the right wing of Latin American countries about the internal affairs of Venezuela, violating the international laws, said Venezuela’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Delcy Rodriguez.

Through her Twitter account, the diplomat said these governments “violate international laws to foster Venezuelan interventionism and pretend to govern it from abroad.”

In this regard, she said that governments of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay are examples of the double standards pervading the continent, as these countries violate human rights.

“We will continue to defeat them in the international arena. There is no imperial force on Earth that will defeat the sovereign people of Venezuela,” she said in another message.

In recent years, Venezuela has been subjected to interventionist actions by the international right, in order to overthrow the Bolivarian Revolution devised by Commander Hugo Chavez, a project that has fostered the union and independence of the peoples of Latin America And the Caribbean.

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  1. Stan Squires

    April 20, 2017 at 1:35 pm

    I am from Vancouver,Canada and I wanted to say that the U.S. Gov’t is trying to get the right wing Latin American Gov’ts to interfere in the internal affairs of Venezuela.I supports the Venezuelan foreign minister,Delcy Rodrigues when she condemned these reactionary Gov’ts who do whatever the U.S.Gov’t tells them.
    The majority of people in Venezuela will defend the Bolivarian Revolution against the U.S. Gov’t and its Latin American allies.President Maduro got the support of the majority of people in Venezuela and support from other Latin American countries.

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