The Presidential Commissioner for Foreign Affairs of Venezuela, Julio Borges, held a meeting with the ambassadors in Europe and America appointed by President (E) Juan Guaidó, with the objective of aligning the interim government’s international policy and articulating pressure actions against the dictatorship of Nicolás Maduro. The meeting also emphasized the need to add new countries to the international coalition that supports the presidency in charge of Guaidó and the National Assembly.
“We need to expand the number of countries that support democracy in Venezuela, there are nations that remain indifferent to the drama that occurs to the Venezuelan people. Today nobody should feel oblivious to this situation, the country is a Failed State that aims to destabilize the entire continent”, said Borges.
During the meeting, the representative of Guaidó for foreign policy also assured that more pressure from the countries is required to accelerate a transition process in Venezuela. “We have to look for mechanisms for the democratic governments of the world to take new actions against the Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship, we have to travel this path of pressure to achieve the transition”, said Borges.
During the meeting between the diplomats, some work tools were agreed to follow up on all international issues, as well as the various needs that the representatives of the Guaidó government may have abroad. Likewise, the role of the Venezuelan diaspora in the solution to the crisis in the South American country was discussed, in the opinion of those present, the mobilization and integration of Venezuelans abroad is essential to make visible the national situation and the need of ending it.