Caracas appreciates the renewed approval of the Maduro government before the United Nations General Assembly


6 dic 2021 23:11 GMT

Samuel Moncada, Venezuela’s ambassador to the organization, described the continued recognition as a victory over US aggression.

Venezuela’s representative to the United Nations, Ambassador Samuel Moncada, celebrated on Monday that the General Assembly of that body once again recognized the condition of President Nicolas Maduro’s government as the legitimate representative of his country in the said body.

During his participation in the General Assembly, Moncada thanked the Member States for once again accepting the credentials of the Venezuelan delegation, which he described as “The Triumph of International Law” and “Sovereign People Against the Colonial Aggressions of the United States”.

“We thank the member states of this Assembly for accepting our credentials, rejecting the colonial aggressions against our country, and recognizing the will of our people. Venezuela is and will remain a free, independent and sovereign countryMoncada said.

The diplomat noted that former MP Juan Guaido, who declared himself in 2019 as the “chairman” of the “Da’wa”provisional government“He no longer has the initial support that some governments gave him.

“In 2019, the colonial slave created by the United States to plunder Venezuela was supported by 60 countries. Today, at the United Nations General Assembly, Only 16 out of 193 countries refused to recognize President Maduro. It is a victory for international law and the right of peoples to self-determination,” Moncada commented to his delegation, which the organization has recognized year after year.

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“The United States cannot nationalize the rest of the world.”

The ambassador also referred to the international policy of the United States, warning that there is no law allowing one country to interfere in the internal affairs of another, let alone ignoring its legitimate powers. “The United States cannot nationalize the rest of the world.”, He said.

“There is no legal authority to become the arbiter of the political systems of UN member states, let alone democracies around the world,” he added.

Moncada mentioned it You can not use the assembly to ignore to the powers of its members or to impose “codes of conduct” or “selective standards on democracy,” intentions that violate the Charter of the United Nations and which the United States and its allies continually advance.

The representative of Caracas also noted that the United States, through its desire to impose global decision maker employment electoral processes Other countries, do not comply with their international obligations and show their permanent intent “to destabilize political systems all over the world.”

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