Caracas, Sep 24 (Prensa Latina) Venezuela has condemned on Monday the governments of Colombia, Chile and Mexico for denying a priori the alleged involvement of diplomats from these countries in the attempted assassination of President Nicolas Maduro, denounced as implicated in the incident.
Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza published in Twitter a statement in which he denounced the total lack of interest of the authorities of the nations allegedly involved in the terrorist act with the purpose of hiding links and responsibilities’.
The a priori denial reaction by the governments of Colombia, Chile and Mexico show their lack of interest in any objective investigation, wrote the Foreign Minister.
Last Sunday, the Vice President of Communication, Culture and Tourism, Jorge Rodriguez, reported three persons linked to the attempted assassination against the Venezuelan head of State and the political military high command were captured, among them, the main leader Henryberth Enmanuel Rivas Vivas.
In this regard, the document shows that the Governments of Chile, Mexico and Colombia have denied the accusations and were not prepared to collaborate with the investigation, ‘on the contrary, they tend to be victimized and to respond with intemperate expressions, out of all diplomatic restraint.’ ‘Venezuela expected the coherent and transparent international collaboration of these nations in order to conduct the necessary investigations of their institutions on the evidence gathered from these testimonies, with the aim of clarifying the facts,’ the text explains.
Arreaza also reiterated that the hasty reactions of the Chilean and Mexican authorities ‘undoubtedly contribute to the Venezuelan extreme right, […]
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