88 countries reject US interventionist statement against Venezuela in the Human Rights Council of the UN PDF Imprimir Correo

Geneva, 29 September 2016


The statement of support for the Bolivarian Government, read by the Ambassador of Cuba, Anayansi Rodriguez was signed by all the African Group (54 countries); by all members of the Arab League (21 countries), by the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-ALBA, and nations like Russia, China, India, Iran, Vietnam, Pakistan, Bangladesh, El Salvador, Haiti, between many others.


  


The document advocating intervention, was prepared by the State Department, and was circulated and read by the delegation of Paraguay. The document only got support of one more country in Latin America and the Caribbean: Costa Rica.

Jorge Valero: crushing defeat of the Empire


The document advocating intervention, was prepared by the State Department, and was circulated and read by the delegation of Paraguay. The document only got support of one more country in Latin America and the Caribbean: Costa Rica.
Jorge Valero: crushing defeat of the Empire

The Venezuelan representative to the UN-Geneva said that the declaration made by the Government of the United States and circulated by Paraguay, "is an act of gross intervention. A new imperialist attempt failed, which sought to erode the UN, the legitimacy of the government of Nicolas Maduro Moros".




The Venezuelan diplomat stressed that this attempt of the US government, "seconded by his pawn, the government of Paraguay" follows the same interventionist plan being implemented by the nefarious Empire, and tries to re-edit the coup that promoted against President Hugo Chavez.




"What a coincidence! The head of the US Southern Command, General John Kelly, recently said that the Pentagon would invade Venezuela, if UN or the OAS passes a resolution, “Valero stressed.




Bolivarian spokesman said that the interventionist statement against Venezuela, which was rejected overwhelmingly, sought to sabotage the broad and inclusive dialogue proposed by the President Nicolas Maduro Moros.
"United States, its allies and lackeys, are trying to sabotage the dialogue proposed by President Maduro, who has repeatedly called for a comprehensive and inclusive dialogue, to channel political differences and overcome the problems created by economic war which are implemented by the Venezuela’s political actors with links to the US,” he added.


Referring to the role of the allies- Paraguayan government, Valero said: "It is deplorable that a Latin American country assumes the role of errand boy for the imperial interests which to destroy the Bolivarian dream of the Great Homeland".

Broad support for the homeland of Bolivar and Chavez
Valero said that countries adhered honestly to the fundamental principles of the Charter of the United Nations and has raised their dignified voices, and overwhelming supported the homeland of Bolivar and Hugo Chavez.
The Bolivarian spokesman appealed to reject the use of human rights as a tool to demonize governments of developing countries.
"The overwhelming majority of countries in the world has condemned the politicization of the work of this Council and claimed the dignity of human rights" proclaimed Valero.
Reflecting on the noble role to be played by the Human Rights Council, Venezuelan Ambassador reaffirmed the strong commitment of the Government of Nicolas Maduro with genuine dialogue and cooperation, to promote and protect those rights.
He concluded his speech stating: "Say no to vassalage and subservience to imperial domination and say yes to sovereignty, independence and dignity of peoples ".
 
Credit: UN Mission Geneva Press / Lenin Pérez

United States suffered a resounding defeat today in the Human Rights Council of the UN-Geneva. The government of President Nicolas Maduro Moros, meanwhile, gathered overwhelming support from 88 countries.

     

Speaking on behalf of Venezuela, Ambassador Jorge Valero said that "this was a crushing defeat for imperialism and its lackeys. It collapsed the imperial strategy intended to pave the way for promoting a draft resolution that would seek to impose controls of foreign to our country. "

Valero raised this question: "What moral ground does the US government has, which has committed many war crimes and crimes against humanity in the world and has killed millions of innocent people in Asia, Africa and Latin America, to speak of human rights? ".

"Interventional plans against Venezuela have it foundered in the Council," he said.


 

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