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ALBA-TCP strongly rejects attempted aggression against Venezuela

Caracas, May 5 (Prensa Latina) The nations member of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-People's Trade Treaty (ALBA-TCP) strongly rejected -in an official statement- the attempted military aggression against Venezuela, Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza said today.
On his official Twitter account, Arreaza posted the text sent by the Foreign Ministry condemning such a terrorist action, organized and financed by the United States and Colombia, in order to destabilize Venezuela and assassinate the Constitutional President, Nicolas Maduro.

'The ALBA-TCP nations denounce to the international community this dangerous new attempt to generate violence and anxiety in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, in order to overthrow the constitutional government,' the document reads.

The statement indicated that with this solidarity action, they claim the right of the Venezuelan people to their self-determination and sovereignty, in accordance with the principles agreed in the Charter of the United Nations, which must be observed and respected by all UN member countries.

Several nations, international organizations and political leaders have recently spoken out to condemn the attempt to land and deploy mercenary troops on Venezuela´s coasts past Sunday, which was thwarted by law enforcement and the population itself.

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  • Countries: Latin America

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