Social movements and left parties in Indonesia express their support for the Venezuelan people
As part of the tour of the Asian continent held by the viceminister for Asia, the Middle East and Oceania of the Ministry of Popular Power for Foreign Affairs, Rubén Darío Molina, a meeting was held with social movements, leftist parties, student fronts and Indonesian community media, which support the people and the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.
During the meeting the viceminister Molina explained the coercive and unilateral measures applied by the United States Government and the European Union against Venezuela, as well as the economic and media war that the country is facing.
“The factual powers do not want Venezuela to continue being an example of continental and world emancipation, the objective is to seize our resources”, added the Venezuelan diplomat.
At the same time, Molina highlighted the importance of the economic measures announced by President Nicolás Maduro to counteract inflation, defend workers’ wages and stop the fuel smuggling to Colombia.
The viceminister also took the opportunity to denounce the assassination in a state of frustration, against President Maduro, organized by the Venezuelan right and financed by imperialism, “We will know how to defend our people and defend their rights,” Molina said.
For their part, the representatives of the Progressive Student Movement of the University of Indonesia, members of the Union of Journalists, representatives of the Via Campesina Organization and representatives of the People’s Democratic Party, rejected the measures imposed by the United States Government and the European Union on against the people and the economic stability of Venezuela, while thanking the permanent support of Bolívar’s Fatherland before the United Nations Organization to the peasants in the world.
Finally, the Vía Campesina Organization proposed to strengthen ties of exchange and cooperation with Venezuela in the food sector, through the affiliated organizations in Latin America and the Caribbean.