Venezuelan government rejects Colombian statement against venezuelan president
Through an official statement, the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela expresses its strongest rejection of the press release published on October 5, 2018 by the government of the Republic of Colombia against President Nicolás Maduro Moros.
The Venezuelan letter denounces that the siege on the part of colombian President Iván Duque began before he was invested in that position, with the use of a hostile, coarse, belligerent and challenging language against the venezuelan Head of State.
“It is laughable that the presidency of Colombia feels offended, when it is public and notorious that they have placed colombian institutions at the service of unspeakable interests against the Government of Venezuela, supporting all sorts of actions and conspiracies”, reads part of the statement published by the Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza, through his account on the social network Twitter, @jaarreaza.
Resulta risible que la presidencia de Colombia se sienta ofendida, cuando es público y notorio que han colocado la institucionalidad colombiana al servicio de intereses inconfesables contra el Gobierno de Venezuela, apoyando toda suerte de acciones y conspiraciones. Comunicado: pic.twitter.com/P2ouvBkTWI
— Jorge Arreaza M (@jaarreaza) October 7, 2018
At the same time, the document adds that “as is the custom of the recent governments of Colombia, experts in the assembly of false flags, once again they try to dilute and evade their international responsibilities by pointing Venezuela as an aggressor”.
Likewise, he points out that the venezuelan people are the first victims of the overflow of violence and vices generated by the colombian internal conflict.