Ambassador Moncada denounces threats against President Maduro and warmongering plans among Latin Americans
Monday, the permanent representative of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to the United Nations, Samuel Moncada, reported in an exclusive interview with Telesur, threats against the physical integrity of President Nicolas Maduro and the warmongers US plans to pretend create a fictitious war in the region by manipulating their governments.
“It is incredible that after an attack on the life of the President committed by terrorists protected in US territory, the representative of the US Government to the Organization of American States (OAS), Carlos Trujillo, declares that President Nicolás Maduro ‘is playing a game to come to New York ‘, United States, to attend the 73rd General Assembly of the UN”, said the Venezuelan diplomat.
Such statements issued by the US representative “are a criminal threat, inappropriate for a State of the international community and violates the Host Country Agreement that obliges the United States to allow secure access to the headquarters of the United Nations, which is considered an international territory”.
Likewise, Ambassador Moncada condemned the Donald Trump government´s pretensions to push Brazil, Chile, Peru and Colombia into a war, manipulating them to form a military force to attack Venezuela, demanding that “they must take a difficult decision to start the aggression”.
Moncada explained: US instigates war, finances, equips and exploits it, to appear then as humanitarian savior (…) war is the most cruel and inhuman action that may exist, but apparently Mister Trujillo, guided by greed, hatred and business, impudently promotes the war in Latin America.
The declarations issued by the representative before the OAS, Carlos Trujillo, offend brother Caribbean governments condemning them as corrupt, only because they refuse to obey the orders of aggression dictated by the US.
“This is the new type of militaristic diplomacy ” Trump brand ” that is applied in the continent”, concluded the Venezuelan diplomat.