Venezuela rejects extension of US aggression policy | News
The Government of Venezuela issued a statement on Thursday to reject the extension of the criminal policy of aggression by the United States (USA) against the South American nation.
Venezuela denounces the role of the US in violation of human rights.
In the document, he expressed his forceful rejection of the new extension of Executive Order 13962 of March 8, 2015, signed by then-President Barack Obama, which gives continuity "to the criminal policy of aggression against the Venezuelan people through the illegal imposition of unilateral coercive measures".
In addition, he condemned the unsubstantiated claim that the country supposedly represents some kind of threat against the US.
"Even more so when it is evident that Venezuela has been the country that has had to face a multiplicity of threats, blackmail, aggressions and attacks that violate the human rights of all the Venezuelan people, violate the norms established in international public law and constitute a crime against humanity", the text refers.
The Venezuelan government asserted that with the extension of this erratic policy of the White House, "a government that boasts of defending human rights and the principles of democracy," its authoritarian, lying character, as well as its disrespect for the sovereignty and self-determination of the peoples.
On the other hand, the Government of Venezuela emphasized that it conducts its international relations under the principles of solidarity between peoples and peace diplomacy.
"Venezuela's sovereignty is unshakable. No aggression, no matter how great, will break the democratic will of its people. Its constitutional, legitimate and revolutionary government hopes that the United States will desist once and for all from this absurd policy full of arrogance and doomed to failure, opting for a civilized policy where the principles of diplomacy and mutual respect prevail," the statement said.
On several occasions, the Venezuelan authorities have denounced the impact of the unilateral coercive measures imposed by the US and that affect the population.
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