Venezuela describes Videgaray's declarations as “infamous”

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela said Videgaray “pretends to build a wall between our nations"
Photo: EFE
31/05/2017
19:30
Caracas
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Luis Videgaray, Mexican Minister of Foreign Affairs, participated in a discussion in the University of Miami organized by the Miami Herald and moderated by journalist Andrés Oppenheimer. Videgaray mentioned that the resolution taken by the Organization of American States (OAS) about Venezuela's crisis should be precise and include the necessity of opening humanitarian channels.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela, Delcy Rodríguez, described Videgaray's declarations as “infamous” and “immoral.”

“Venezuela rejects the infamous and immoral declarations of Luis Videgaray which express their submission to the Hegemon country to protect his failed State,” wrote Rodríguez on her Twitter account.

The Foreign Minister considered "regrettable that the Mexican government attacks Latin American nations and that it seriously and massively violates the human rights of its own people."

The head of the Venezuelan diplomacy considered that Videgaray "seeks the impossible: to build a wall between our nations, united by historical ties of indissoluble dignity."

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