Venezuela will evaluate diplomatic response for international officials who interfere in national affairs
The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, in an international press conference, affirmed that the corresponding responses will be evaluated for those international officials accredited in the country that interfere in the affairs of Venezuela.
This statement by the head of state refers to the actions of the French ambassador to Venezuela, Romain Nadal, who makes clear his political bias, by supporting extremist groups that seek to generate destabilizing facts of national peace.
“What would happen, I ask the international community, if the Venezuelan ambassador to France, takes part tomorrow in the march of the yellow vests? I would like to see that, that he went out and put on a yellow vest and marched, hugged the other yellow vests, with his diplomatic protection in France”, the Dignitary questioned.
Likewise, President Maduro reaffirmed that the cases in which foreign officials interfere in Venezuelan affairs will be evaluated one by one, since these are not through regular channels.