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Yvan Gil, Chancellor of Venezuela. Photo PL

Venezuelan Foreign Minister thanked Cuba for its unwavering solidarity

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Yván Gil thanked Cuba for its unwavering solidarity and consistency, it was announced today in Caracas.

«Together we shall overcome!», stated the top diplomat last night on his X account, formerly Twitter.

The text of the Venezuelan Minister of Foreign Affairs responded to the message of his counterpart from the Caribbean island, Bruno Rodríguez, who rejected the attempts of the United States to strip the Venezuelan people and State of the Citgo company.

We reiterate our unwavering solidarity with sister Venezuela and «demand the total lifting of the unilateral coercive measures that harm the normal functioning of its economy,» Rodriguez said on the social network.

The Bolivarian government yesterday rejected the decision of the Supreme Court of Justice of the United States, in relation to the «vulgar plundering» that is taking place in that country against the company Citgo Petroleum Corporation (Citgo).

The decision constitutes an additional step in the «multiform aggression» being carried out by the U.S. institutions against the Bolivarian Republic, according to a press release issued by the Minister of Communication and Information Freddy Ñáñez.

The text underlined that the purpose is to plunder the people of the assets that belong to them, in «clear transgression» of the norms that govern the peaceful coexistence between States.

This ruling of the Supreme Court of the North American country, it indicated, «confirms the serious damage» caused to the interests and patrimony of the Venezuelan people by the criminal action of the organized crime group calling itself «National Assembly of 2015».

He denounced that this since 2019 «has sought to usurp the institutions» and the representation of the Bolivarian Republic abroad.

The note emphasized that with this action they prevented the legitimate authorities from exercising the necessary actions for the effective protection of Citgo within the U.S. territory, «flagrantly violating the agreements signed in Barbados».

The Bolivarian government ratified that it will continue to adopt all «political, diplomatic and legal measures at its disposal» to prevent the consummation of the definitive dispossession of the company, a subsidiary of the state-owned Petróleos de Venezuela.

In addition to continuing to «demand that the organs of the Venezuelan justice system» establish the corresponding sanctions against those responsible for the theft of this asset of great importance for the present and future of Venezuelans.

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