Countries Around the World Condemn Attack in Venezuela

Caracas, June 29 (RHC)-- In the aftermath of the helicopter attack against the Venezuelan Supreme Court, countries around the world have expressed their solidarity with Venezuela by condemning the acts that the Bolivarian government has described as “terrorist.” 

The countries include Bolivia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Palestine and Turkey, as well as widespread support from Africa where 17 countries have condemned the attacks. 

The Bolivian government issued a communication insisting on the importance of peace and dialogue between Venezuela's internal political forces, and called for the preservation of stability. 

The Ecuadorean government released a statement calling for “unrestricted respect for the democratic order of states, the peaceful resolution of conflicts, non-interference in a country's internal affairs, and the rejection of attempts toward destabilization. 

Guatemala also condemned the attacks and called for sincere political dialogue in Venezuela. 

In the day following the attacks, the United States has not condemned the attacks.  Rather U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley called for increased “pressure” on Venezuelan President Maduro while speaking to the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee. 

Edited by Pavel Jacomino


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