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The Human Rights Foundation calls for sanctions against Venezuela

FoundationCaracas, March 12 (Brensa Latin) In his statement on Venezuela, High Commissioner Michael Bachelet called for condemnation of coercive measures.

In a message posted on the social networking site Twitter, the organization – UN. With advisory status on the Economic and Social Council – the senior official regretted that he was openly ignoring the devastating impact of US illegal sanctions against the South American nation. .
Fundletin insists that the idea put forward by Bachelet this Thursday is to ignore the restrictions imposed by punitive measures on the country’s ability to obtain the medicines, food, machinery and supplies needed to ensure the functioning of public services.
The agency condemns the position of financial institutions in the United States, the United Kingdom and Portugal that hold more than $ 6 billion owned by Venezuela, preventing it from purchasing drugs and vaccines.
“By manipulating the international banking system and illegally withholding resources, it has been proven sufficiently that the Venezuelan people are losing the essential means of their livelihood,” the human rights organization stressed.
During the 46th Ordinary Session of the UN Human Rights Council The Venezuelan government on Thursday described the statements of High Commissioner Michael Bachelet as misleading.
In a statement issued by the Foreign Ministry, the Bolivian government regrets the “unbalanced statement issued by the self-styled Lima Group on the mandate of the politicized resolution (…) promoted by the United States”.
According to Caracas officials, this position is a violation of the rules and policies that treat human rights issues.
The Bolivarian executive is concerned that the high commissioner is succumbing to pressure from anti-Venezuelan actors and issuing biased statements that are far from the truth, echoing media campaigns and presenting ideological speculations as facts.
It said this was derived from a recently updated memorandum of understanding on technical assistance and cooperation, despite the existing office in Venezuela and liquid communication mechanisms with the state of Venezuela.
Faced with this situation, the Venezuelan government announced that it was reviewing the relationship with the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, in order to ensure strict adherence to the principles of objectivity, impartiality and non-interference in internal affairs.