Caracas, October 2 (RHC)-- Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro lashed out against the U.S. administration after accusing three U.S. diplomats of conspiring along with local right-wing groups to destabilize the South American nation.
In a TV appearance, Maduro said that as head of state, he cannot admit that a foreign government, in this case the United States, interferes with Venezuela’s domestic affairs, and more than that, prepares destabilization plans against the country.
The Venezuelan president said that he has enough evidence, along with the images that appeared on TV concerning the activities of Kelly Keiderling, Elizabeth Hoffman and David Mood, who on Monday were given 48 hours to leave Venezuela.
According to Maduro, the three U.S. diplomats were involved in sabotage plans against the Venezuelan power system and the economy of the country.
President Maduro said that Venezuela will not have cordial relations or communications with the U.S. government until they understand that they have to respect Venezuela, with relations based on mutual respect.
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