20 | 09 | 2019

Through the electronic channels of the Peopl’es Power Ministry for Foreign Relations, this Friday, the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela began implementing measures to guide and facilitate the processing of civil and consular documents to Venezuelans residing in the United States.

The Executive Vice-president of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez, requested the Public Ministry (MP) to undertake a thorough investigation against the deputy to the National Assembly in contempt, Juan Guaidó, for being allegedly involved in plans to deliver the Venezuelan Essequibo to foreign interests.

“We hope that the Public Prosecutor’s Office and that the Attorney General’s Office act against the members of this transnational criminal organization”, she said in statements offered by the Vice-presidency in Caracas.

Jair Bolsonaro’s Government gave another dangerous step in his offensive against Venezuela by presenting, at the UN, a draft resolution that calls for an international inquiry into our neighboring and sister country. The petition is also endorsed by Argentina, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Peru.

The request makes false accusations based in denunciations from the US State Department, its espionage and interference agencies, and in testimonies made by the most stubborn sectors in Venezuela’s opposition, who see in the coup d’état and the external aggression against their own country the means to overthrow the legitimate and constitutional President Nicolás Maduro.

The Head of State explained that the Colombian government, led by Iván Duque, “wants to accuse Venezuela of being the cause of a war that is 70 years old in Colombia”, in reference to the unfounded accusations about links of his Government with the FARC dissent.

“The current government of Colombia does not want peace, it wants war and we regret it”, said President Maduro, while stressing that from Caracas, the guarantor countries of the peace agreement have been requested to seek mechanisms to put aside the violence.

On an official visit to the Republic of Guinea Conakry, the Vice-minister for Africa of the Peopple’s Power Ministry for Foreign Relations, Yuri Pimentel, in the company of Ambassador Alejandro Correa, held working meetings with high government authorities to review the progress of the framework agreement cooperation and strengthen areas of common interest.

With the Minister of Hydrocarbons, Diakaria Koulibaly, they reviewed the possibilities to develop specific aspects of the framework agreement for cooperation in energy resources. Minister Koulibaly expressed his satisfaction at the visit and provided the areas of interest to formalize the activation of cooperation.

In reference to a message published by Executive Vice-president Delcy Rodríguez Gómez, through her Twitter account @DrodriguezVen, the People’s Power Minister for Foreign Relations, Jorge Arreaza, confirmed that they will present the evidence to the United Nations Organization (UN) that corroborate the support that the president of Colombia, Iván Duque, offers to terrorist groups with the intention of provoking acts of violence in Venezuela.

In his Twitter account @jaarreaza, the Venezuelan Foreign Minister denounced that this protection of the Colombian president to irregular groups violates Resolution 1,373 of the UN Security Council.

From the press room “Simón Bolívar” of the Miraflores Palace, the Vice-president of Communication, Culture and Tourism, Jorge Rodríguez, showed on Saturday new evidence of terrorist actions that Colombia was preparing against Venezuela.

Thanks to the help of the Venezuelan population, who wants to live in peace, on August 17, members of the People’s Power realized that there were suspicious bags thrown in the vicinity of block 40 of the 23 de Enero buildings and proceeded to alert the authorities to initiate the respective investigations.

The Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation (CPPC) firmly repudiates the statements by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Augusto Santos Silva, which constitute a direct threat upon the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and an unacceptable interference in the internal affairs of a sovereign country.

By threatening foreign military intervention in the South American country unless elections are held, the Portuguese minister shamefully associates the name of Portugal with those who seek, at all cost, to overthrown the legitimate government of Venezuela to then invert the political, economic, social and cultural achievements of the last 20 years by the Bolivarian Revolution and place the country’s natural resource in the hands of foreign interests, in particular the US.

Before the imminent reactivation of the armed conflict between the Colombian government and a group of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), the Foreign Minister of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, announced on Thursday a new phase of consultations with the rest of the guarantor countries of the Peace Agreement signed between the parties in September 2016.

In a statement to the press, the diplomat read the statement in which the Venezuelan Executive expresses his deep concern about the recent events in Colombia.

The Communist Party of Spain ruled on Thursday in rejection of the announcement of the creation of a “Government Center” at the Spanish Embassy in Venezuela by Deputy Juan Guaidó, which will be in charge of Leopoldo López as Presidential Commissioner, a figure that does not exist in the Bolivarian Constitution of Venezuela.

Expresses that with this type of movement, the “self-proclaimed Acting President” demonstrates the desperation that exists in the Venezuelan coup opposition and in the Trump Administration, who do not give up their interference efforts against the legitimate Government and President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Mature Moros.

“We will strengthen the development engines from the endogenous, break the moorings of imperialism and create new economic channels and structures that drive the country”, said Vice-president of Planning and Development of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Ricardo Menéndez, during his participation in the XVI Conference of Ministers and Chiefs of Planning of Latin America and the Caribbean held in the Oriental Republic of Uruguay.

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