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Sonist leader rejects US stance against Venezuela

Diostato Capello, the first vice president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela, rejected the US interventionist and militant stance against the South American nation and other countries.

During his program, the Socialist leader rejected US President Joe Biden’s decision to renew the 2015 executive order declaring the Venezuelan state an extraordinary and extraordinary threat to the national security of the North.

Shortly after taking office, Biden acknowledged Washington’s policy of aggression against Venezuela and its militant behavior against other countries, thus condemning the recent bombings in Syria.

“We have always said that imperialism is really a company. (…) Anyone who believes that the North American Empire is going to leave us alone is watching another film,” said the Venezuelan political leader.

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In a statement, Venezuela on Wednesday condemned the illegality of the executive order, signed by then-President Barack Obama in 2015 and aimed to justify the implementation of unilateral coercive measures against the South American nation.

“This order is against international law, disrespectful to the multilateral system and should be revoked,” the text on the Foreign Ministry’s website said.

The New American government has distanced itself from diplomacy and reaffirmed the aggressive model of the past administration, which the Bolivarian executive regrets has caused great damage to key areas such as food and the health of the Venezuelan people.

It also emphasizes that Washington is ignoring Called While he called for the elimination of these arbitrary actions outside of international law, the UN acknowledged the negative impact of coercive measures on the enjoyment of human rights. Special Correspondent did.