With this decision, the Government of Trinidad and Tobago reiterates its position of non-interference assumed on January 25 before the Organization of American States (OAS), which abstained at the meeting to discuss and recognize the coup in Venezuela . In that meeting, most of the member countries of the OAS did not endorse the resolution approved in Washington that endorses the interventionist and coup actions led by the US government against Venezuela. Of the 34 countries that make up the organization, 18 did not subscribe to the declaration that was also approved by a minority of 16 countries, with the purpose of accentuating the siege against the South American country.
We believe in the coming days there will be work towards dialogue so that the internal difficulties in Venezuela can be approached without intervention and interference from those who may have a different approach. – @DrKeithRowley pic.twitter.com/e5J6GVnSoG— OPM Trinidad&Tobago (@OPM_TT) January 28, 2019
Agradecemos al Primer Ministro de Trinidad y Tobago @DrKeithRowley y a los Jefes de Gobierno del CARICOM por el apoyo al pueblo de Venezuela en rechazo a cualquier forma de intervención externa que pueda vulnerar la paz y la soberanía de nuestra Patria! https://t.co/bzrTarYpo9— Delcy Rodríguez (@delcyrodriguezv) January 29, 2019