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Statement: Venezuela Rejects Interventionism in US Security Strategy PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ministerio del Poder Popular para Relaciones Exteriores   
Monday, 09 February 2015 20:26

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The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela categorically rejects references to Venezuela contained in the 2015 National Security Strategy recently released by the White House.

Nothing threatens peace, democracy and global stability more than the myth of U.S. “exceptionalism”, which leads the government of that country to discredit countries and issue statements time and again that constitute unacceptable interference in the domestic politics of other States.

This reference demonstrates anew the contradictory messages send by United States diplomacy and reoffends as part of systematic actions of intervention that seek to destabilize our constitutional institutions and threaten human rights in Venezuela.

With this repeated practice, the U.S. government is isolating itself from Latin America and the Caribbean, which have rejected this anachronistic behavior as indicative of Cold War that was already overcome and as demonstrative of its ignorance about new realities.

The sovereign people of Venezuela, dignified heirs of The Liberator Simón Bolívar, are the only ones who can legitimately rate their democratic system and they have done so legally and repeatedly over the past 16 years, in front of the entire world, by bestowing their confidence in the results of 19 electoral processes as well as the deep social transformation enshrined in the Constitution.

The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela urges the Government of the United States of America to not interfere in its domestic affairs and to respect the constitutional system that the sovereign people of Venezuela have built in peace, liberty and independence.

 Ministry of People's Power for Foreign Affairs

Last Updated on Monday, 09 February 2015 20:30
 

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