19 | 05 | 2019
  • MK Jabareen: Golan Settlement to Be Named for Trump, a War Crime

    Hadash MK Yousef Jabareen lashed out at Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s decision, announced on Sunday, May 12, to name a new town in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights for US President Donald Trump.

    In response to Netanyahu’s announcement, Jabareen tweeted , “It’s fitting for US President Trump to have a settlement named after him that’s illegal and contravenes international law. Trump’s recognition of Israeli sovereignty in the Golan Heights is spitting in the world’s face. Transferring Israeli citizens to the Golan is a war crime under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. A war crime named after Trump.”


  • Communist's warn of war danger

    Britain's Communists have sounded the alarm about the 'rapidly escalating danger of war' in the Middle East and Latin America.

    Addressing the Communist Party's political committee on Wednesday evening, Liz Payne said all the signs pointed to a military conflagration provoked by the US regime in alliance with Saudi Arabia, Israel and Britain.


  • Venezuela thanks the Rev. Jesse Jackson for his support to the protection group of the embassy in Washington

    This Wednesday, the Foreign Minister of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, thanked the American Reverend and civil rights activist, Jesse Jackson, for his humanitarian gesture of delivering food to the Collective of Protection of the Embassy of Venezuela in Washington, which It is besieged by sympathizers of the Venezuelan opposition with support from the US government.


  • Vice-minister Ron: US blockade on Venezuela aims to force a change of government

    The illegal economic blockade unilaterally imposed by the US government on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela only seeks to force a change of government in the South American country, warned Wednesday the Vice-minister for North America of the People’s Power Ministry for Foreign Relations, Carlos Ron.


  • Palestinian FM: US is Proposing a Plan of Surrender, Not a Peace Deal

    Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki called the US-proposed “peace plan” (aka Donald Trump’s “Deal of the Century”) a Palestinian surrender, as the US Special Envoy to the Middle East, Jason Greenblatt, lashed out at the United Nation’s “anti-Israel bias” while urging support for the Trump administration’s “vision,” on Thursday, May 9

    Greenblatt, who was speaking before a meeting of the UN Security Council initiated by temporary member states Indonesia, Kuwait, and South Africa said it was “surprising and unfair” that the council meeting was organized to condemn Israel’s behavior when the latter “was not even invited to speak at this session.” He called the council’s “obsessive” focus on Israeli settlements a “farce,” saying that the purportedly illegal Israeli settlements are not keeping Israelis and the Palestinians from negotiating peace.


  • Russia advocates dialogue and democracy in Venezuela while the US continues interventionist policy

    On Tuesday, Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation, Sergey Lavrov, confirmed that his country continues to be in favor of democracy and dialogue in Venezuela and said it is important that all the patriotic forces responsible for politics in this country initiate a dialogue, as urged by several countries in the region through the Montevideo Mechanism.

    These statements were made by the Russian diplomat after his meeting with the Secretary of State of the United States, Mike Pompeo, on Tuesday, in Russia.


  • For the umpteenth time we demand the United States to comply with the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations

    This Tuesday, after the flagrant violation committed by the Metropolitan Police of Washington to illegally enter the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in the United States, Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza again demanded the US government to comply with the Convention of Vienna on Diplomatic Relations.


  • Foreign Minister Arreaza: Generating suffering to overthrow a government is a criminal and inhuman act

    After the death of Giovanny Figuera, a 6-year-old boy who died as a result of the illegal blockade imposed by the United States government on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza accused the US administration again on Tuesday of causing suffering in the Venezuelan population.


  • FANB rejects offensive statements by the head of the United States Southern Command

    This Wednesday through a statement, the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB), rejected the statements issued by the head of the Southern Command of the United States, Admiral Craig Stephen Faller, who tried to question the commitment and loyalty of the Venezuelan military by stating that the institution “must decide whether to support a people or a tyrant”.


  • Supreme Court of Justice of Venezuela rejects threats from Mike Pence

    The Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela categorically rejected the threats made Tuesday by the vice president of the United States, Mike Pence, against the Venezuelan judicial authorities.

    In a statement issued by its president Maikel Moreno, the highest court of the nation stresses that “this unlawful, despicable and intolerable action violates the norms and principles of international law governing relations between civilized nations”.


  • US blockade to Venezuela: the negative impact on the international financial system

    The unilateral coercive measures that the United States government has imposed on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, contrary to international law and the Charter of the United Nations, have their maximum expression in the international financial system, denounced in recent days the People’s Power Minister for Foreign Affairs, Jorge Arreaza.

    In a press conference from the Venezuelan Embassy in Moscow, the diplomat emphasized that the economic siege of Washington to Caracas hinders the capacity of the State for the importation of basic goods destined to meet the needs of the population.


  • UN Special Rapporteur expresses that US sanctions against Cuba, Venezuela and Iran violate Human Rights

    Political differences between governments should never be resolved by inducing economic and humanitarian disasters to the population, said the UN expert about the negative effect of sanctions, referring to the cases of Cuba, Venezuela and Iran.


  • Government of the USA has decided to drown the Venezuelan economy

    The control of the natural resources of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela is the underlying objective of the hostile policy adopted by the United States government against the Latin American country, reiterated on Monday the People’s Power Minister for Foreign Relations, Jorge Arreaza.

    During a press conference at the Venezuelan Embassy in Moscow, the diplomat denounced the resurgence of illegal unilateral coercive measures imposed on Venezuela from the White House.


  • Social movements and activists from the US and Canada express their support for Venezuela

    Movements and social activists from the United States and Canada are in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to celebrate the eight years of the creation of the Great Housing Mission Venezuela, held a Sunday on the Plaza Bolivar in Caracas, to demonstrate their support and solidarity with the Venezuelan people and government, and reject interventionist acts by the US government.


  • Valiant people of the United States have defended our former diplomatic headquarters from Trump’s aggressions

    With violent speeches and vandalism actions, sympathizers of the radical Venezuelan opposition backed by supposed security forces designated by the Donald Trump administration, tried to force the entrance to the former headquarters of the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in the United States, risking the physical integrity of the people authorized by the Bolivarian Government who were inside it, since last March 19; flagrantly violating international law and the Vienna Convention on diplomatic relations in its articles 22 and 45.


  • Ambassador Moncada denounces outrage at Venezuelan diplomatic headquarters in Washington

    “Attackers from the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington try to force their way into the building, risking the physical integrity of the people inside. The authorities do not protect the diplomatic immunity of the building or the personal safety of those who use it”, denounced on Wednesday the permanent representative of Venezuela to the United Nations, Samuel Moncada, after a violent group attacked the diplomatic headquarters.


  • End U.S. attacks on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela!

    On Tuesday April 20, a small group of Venezuelan military, loudly encouraged by the U.S. government, tried to stage an armed coup against the legally elected president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro.

    The attempt appears to have failed, but U.S. imperialism is likely to keep on its “regime change” tack, even if it leads to civil war in that South American country.


  • US sanctions endanger treatment of Venezuelan patients in Italy

    The president of the Latin American Foundation for Human Rights and Social Development (Fundalatin), María Eugenia Russián, said on Thursday that it is false that the blockade of the United States is only against Venezuelan government officials. “Entire Venezuela is affected by this blockade”.

    In this regard, he noted that about 30 Venezuelan patients traveled to Italy to receive a bone marrow transplant, thanks to the support of the Bolivarian Government and PDVSA, but international banks refuse to receive money from the Venezuelan State.


  • On May Day, join the fight against the Trump agenda!

    On May 1, workers of all nations celebrate what they have gained through struggle, and announce to the world that those struggles will continue until victory for working people is gained.

    May Day has deep roots in our own country. May 1 was chosen as the International Workers’ Day by the International Socialist Congress, meeting in Paris in 1889 to commemorate the Haymarket Affair, which took place in Chicago three years earlier, when workers demonstrating for an 8-hour day were brutally repressed.


  • Failed coup d’état is a fact manufactured by the US government

    After the new coup attempt, aroused on the morning of this Tuesday, April 30, by the Venezuelan opposition, the ambassador of Venezuela to the United Nations (UN) Samuel Moncada, repudiated the acts of violence that are trying to assault the legitimate and constitutional power of Venezuela.

    “The only oxygen tank that the Venezuelan ultra-right has to survive and act again is the support of the United States government”, the diplomat said during statements at the UN headquarters in New York City.


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