Venezuela finds it difficult to establish cooperation with human rights office (+post)

Venezuela finds it difficult to establish cooperation with human rights office (+post)
Venezuela finds it difficult to establish cooperation with human rights office (+post)

Through his account on the social network X, the high diplomat affirmed that this opposition sector “intends to continue curtailing the rights of Venezuelans.”

In his message, Gil once again denounced the instrumentalization of the Human Rights Council (DDHH), “in the face of the insolent presence of Venezuelan fascism” in that body.

He denounced that they are protected and sheltered by a biased system, which acts as a Campaign Command for the names that burned people alive and promoted invasions of the Bolivarian Republic.

Venezuela’s representative on the Human Rights Council, Alexander Yáñez, said that the document presented there was nothing more than a “propaganda pamphlet carefully written to encourage the fascist opposition,” some of whom, he said, were present in the room.

He referred to them as those who burned people alive, set fire to schools, murdered Venezuelans, and stressed that “they came to campaign with their report.”

Yáñez emphasized that his country does not recognize the document presented by the High Commissioner because his “mandate obeys a resolution drawn up by the United States and its subordinates” and whose nefarious policy is to provoke regime change.

He said the text was prepared with “an erratic methodology, based on politically motivated information, which in itself disqualifies it.”

The ambassador considered it unusual that the Office of the High Commissioner would consider that a group of American mercenary terrorists, hired by the opposition to assassinate President Nicolás Maduro, were “arbitrarily detained” and were caught red-handed with weapons of war.

In addition to asking the Venezuelan government not to apply the Organic Law against organized crime and the financing of terrorism and to try to minimize the serious damage to the human rights of the people due to the criminal sanctions imposed by the White House, he said.

This is unacceptable and there is no justification for any of it, he said, and emphasized that as long as this attitude of aggression against Venezuela persists, “it will be very difficult to reestablish cooperation” with that Office, as was the will of the authorities of the Bolivarian Republic.

Last February, the Venezuelan government ordered the expulsion from Caracas of the personnel assigned to the Technical Advisory Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights for “their clearly biased and partial attitude.”

Maduro announced the reopening of the office in April and expressed his willingness to overcome differences, in the context of a visit to the country by the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Karim Khan.


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