Venezuela Criticizes Germany’s Support for Opposition Leaders Who Claim for Foreign Interference

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Jorge Arreaza, Venezuelan chancellor

Source: AVN / The Dawn News / September 7, 2017

Wednesday, the Chancellor of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, expressed his rejection towards the support that the German government showed for leaders of the Venezuelan opposition, who are touring the European country in a campaign to demand measures that endanger the stability of the Venezuelan people.

“We suggest Chancellor [Angela] Merkel to seek out objective information on Venezuela. Our embassy is at your disposal”, he tweeted.

Last Monday, Arreaza handed out protest notes to the ambassadors of Spain, Germany, Italy and United Kingdom, rejecting the intromission of these governments in the internal affairs of the country.

The chancellor exhorted the German government to “abandon their partial position on Venezuela. Their international credibility is being questioned”.

“President Nicolás Maduro has repeatedly called to dialogue with the opposition. We regret the fact that the German government is ignoring it”, he tweeted.

Julio Borges and Freddy Guevara, Venezuelan opposition leaders, are touring Europe (Spain, France and Germany) claiming for international intervention in Venezuela.

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