A member of Parliament confirmed that the United Kingdom shows dependence on the United States when deciding on Venezuelan gold

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A member of Parliament confirmed that the United Kingdom shows dependence on the United States when deciding on Venezuelan gold

A member of Parliament confirmed that the United Kingdom shows dependence on the United States when deciding on Venezuelan gold

Caracas (Sputnik) – The British government shows its dependence on the United States by trying to make a rude and intrusive decision who owns gold … 07.20.2021, Sputnik Mundo

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The British Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, reaffirmed on July 19 the recognition of Juan Guaido as “the interim constitutional president of Venezuela” in an official statement sent to the Supreme Court. The British government made it clear to the court that its recognition of opposition leader Guaido is “clear and long-standing” and that he is therefore the person empowered to decide how the gold will be used. Varia, a former foreign trade and foreign investment minister, said the British government’s decision lacked legitimacy and only sought to further economic bottleneck for his country. “It must be remembered that the British government has a diplomatic mission accredited to the government led by Nicolas Maduro and in London there is a diplomatic mission that embodies the interests of the Venezuelan government before that country, in a way that makes it an argument that it suffers from any kind of logic and political and legal support, it is another excuse to continue to deepen the suffocation the financial situation that our country is subjected to. An epidemic of 31 tons of gold belonging to Venezuela, worth $1,000 million, remaining in the vaults of the Bank of England. Maduro had requested that these resources be handed over to his country in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, Faria noted that the US and UK governments had opposed in an “inhumane” way. The Venezuelan government submitted to the United Nations a proposal to use this gold through United Nations mechanisms to allocate it for the purchase of medicines and medical supplies, but representatives of inhumane governments such as the United States and the United Kingdom opposed this possibility, endorsing the purpose and nature of the sanctions adopted by the United States government against the Venezuelan people., It explodes from within, generating chaos and intense suffering for our people.” The parliamentarian said this for the refusal of the United States and the United Kingdom to hand over gold to Venezuela, as well as the theft of state resources abroad by a group of opponents led by Guaido and fugitive from justice Leopoldo Lopez. Faria stressed that the Venezuelan government will continue to insist on recovering gold and the rest of the assets that Venezuela owns abroad, as the dispute over gold is taking place between two government councils in the Venezuelan Central Bank, one appointed by Maduro and the other by Guaido. Both sides claim authority over the estimated $1,000 million reserves from the Venezuelan state that the administration of former President Hugo Chavez (1998-2013) deposited with the Bank of England more than a decade ago. For his part, the Venezuelan executive director said his intention was to sell part of the bullion and transfer resources to the United Nations Development Program.

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CARACAS (Sputnik) – The British government has shown its subordination to the United States by trying to make a rude and intrusive decision as to who owns the gold that Venezuela has deposited in the Bank of England, after it reiterated its support for opposition Juan Guaido, said MP, Jesus Faria.

“The United Kingdom has no right to decide who is the owner of the gold deposited in the Bank of England, it is a question of the Republic of Venezuela having its specific powers (…) We know that this responds to a hideous subordination of that government to the policy of intervention of the United States government against our country,” via Chairman of the Parliament’s Economics and Finance Committee to Sputnik.

British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab on July 19 reaffirmed the recognition of Juan Guaido as “the interim constitutional president of Venezuela” in an official statement sent to the Supreme Court.

The British government made it clear to the court that its recognition of opposition leader Guaido is “clear and long-standing”, and therefore he is the one empowered to decide how to use gold.

The dispute over Venezuela’s gold reaches the British House of Representatives

Varia, a former foreign trade and foreign investment minister, said the British government’s decision lacked legitimacy and only sought to further strangle his country.

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“We must remember that the British government has a diplomatic mission accredited to the government led by Nicolas Maduro, and in London there is a diplomatic mission that embodies the interests of the Venezuelan government before that country, in a way that makes it an argument,” he added. The financial suffocation that our country is facing.

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In the vaults of the Bank of England there are 31 tons of gold belonging to Venezuela, worth $1,000 million.

Maduro has requested that these resources be handed over to his country to counter the COVID-19 pandemic.

In this sense, Faria noted that the US and UK governments opposed them in an “inhumane” way.

“The Venezuelan government submitted to the United Nations a proposal to use this gold through the mechanisms of the United Nations to allocate it for the purchase of medicines and medical supplies, but representatives of inhumane governments such as North America and Britain opposed this possibility, and endorsed the purpose and nature of the sanctions taken by the US government against the Venezuelan people, which are exploding From within, it generates chaos and extreme suffering for our people.”

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The parliamentarian said that the refusal of the United States and the United Kingdom to hand over gold to Venezuela added to the theft of state resources abroad by a group of opponents led by Guaido and fugitive from justice Leopoldo Lopez.

“We have said with evidence and support that at the forefront of this strategy is a group of thugs led by Guaido, Leopoldo Lopez and other figures who have made politics an act of surrender to our sovereignty and a mechanism for amassing wealth, embezzling and shamelessly stealing the assets of the Republic.”

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Freya stressed that the Venezuelan government will continue to insist on recovering the gold and the rest of Venezuela’s overseas assets.

“In cash, gold and securities we have $6000 million held in various banks and financial institutions in the world, and in assets in general this amount exceeds $20,000 million, we will insist on recovering those assets and that the Venezuelan people need to address the main problems caused by the coronavirus and the economic crisis caused by the US government embargo.

The dispute over gold is between two government boards of the Central Bank of Venezuela, one appointed by Maduro and the other by Guaido.

Both parties claim authority over the estimated $1 billion in Venezuelan state reserves that the administration of former President Hugo Chávez (1998-2013) deposited with the Bank of England more than a decade ago.

For his part, the Venezuelan executive director said his intention was to sell part of the bullion and transfer resources to the United Nations Development Program.

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