EYEAFRICA TV: New York, USA: U.S President Donald Trump’s outrageous attack on the Venezuelan government during the U.N General Assembly’s General Debate, Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza reacted angrily to Trump’s comments calling them unacceptable.
Expressing his dismay before a host of reporters, Mr. Jorge said its embarrassing that a president will come to the United Nations headquarters a place where global peace and unity should be the only topic for discussion and not otherwise.
“The U.N is supposed to be the house and the headquarters of the peace and the international law” and Trump is “a president who comes for the first time and speaks about war, about destroying countries, about blockades against countries.”
Ambassador Jorge went on saying that these threats are a violation of the U.N Charter on International law. He said Trump is exposing racist and supremacist theories that could lead the world to another cold war and that the Venezuelan delegates at the U.N didn’t know if they were listening to him or President Regan in 1982. ” Arreaza said
“it is an absolute violation of international law. First came the military threat, and then came economic sanctions, financial. What they intend is for the Venezuelan people to suffer. What they want is to generate a humanitarian crisis in Venezuela in order to force regime change by force.
The U.S president who took to the podium speaking for the first time in the U.N General Assembly General Debate said Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has inflicted terrible pain and suffering on the good people of that country. He said the leadership in Venezuela destroyed a prosperous nation by imposing a failed ideology that has produced poverty and misery everywhere it has been tried, referring to socialism.Trump said Venezuelan people are “starving and their country is collapsing” adding that the current situation in the country is “unacceptable” He said the US has a goal to help the Venezuelan people “regain their freedom, recover their country, and restore their democracy.”
Trump said Venezuelan people are “starving and their country is collapsing” adding that the current situation in the country is “unacceptable” He said the US has a goal to help the Venezuelan people “regain their freedom, recover their country, and restore their democracy.”
The US leader also went on saying that: the economic ties the US has with many Latin American nations is not what everyone envisaged and asked the leaders in attendance to prepare to do more to address the Venezuelan crisis. He also lashed out on North Korea and Iran.
For Eye Africa Tv, I’m Sukai Gaya Gaye. New York.