Venezuela Demands OAS Suspend 'Interventionist' Meeting

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez

Caracas, March 27 (RHC-teleSUR), -- The Venezuelan government urged the Organization of American States Monday to suspend a meeting to debate the economic and political situation in Venezuela scheduled for Tuesday, arguing that it violates the organisation's norms since it was planned without the consent of the South American country.

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez said that at the request of Luis Almagro, head of the OAS, the meeting intends to validate an intervention in the country's internal political affairs and attack the government of President Nicolas Maduro through the application of the organization's "Democratic Charter" against Venezuela to suspend the South American nation from the OAS and authorize an international intervention.

The organization hasn't confirmed if it would vote on Almagro's demand.

Edited by Pavel Jacomino



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