CARACAS, March 25 (Xinhua) -- Venezuela on Wednesday thanked the support of the Group of 77 and China who requested the repeal of an executive order issued by the President of the United States Barack Obama declaring this South American nation a threat to Washington.
President Nicolas Maduro said in a televised event that the resolution by this group was a "historic document" that "opens the way" to a new international right.
"The text of the declaration by the G77 and China is the sign of a new diplomacy that respects each nation's determination and the essence of a new international doctrine," said Maduro.
The head of State thanked the international organization for its support that adds up to recent statements backing up Caracas from the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), the Bolivarian Alliance of the People of Our Americas (ALBA) and the Non-Aligned Movement.
The Group of 77 and China deplored the recent measures ordered by the White House and reiterated its firm support for the sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence of Venezuela.
The international organization also underlined the positive contribution of Venezuela to the strengthening of South-South Cooperation,solidarity and friendship among all peoples and nations, with a view to promote peace and development.
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