The Special Assistant to US President Joe Biden and Senior Director for the Western Hemisphere, Juan González, and the Acting Undersecretary for Western Hemisphere Affairs of the State Department, Julie Chung, will make a trip to Colombia, Argentina and Uruguay to discuss different issues of the region, especially the Venezuelan crisis.
The details of the tour of Joe Biden’s government officials through Latin America were known through a statement from the spokeswoman for the National Security Council, Emily Horne.
González and Chung will travel to Colombia from April 11th to 15th to discuss the migration crisis in Venezuela, economic recovery, security and rural development.
“In Argentina and Uruguay, they will discuss regional priorities, including addressing the challenges of the climate crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic and threats to democracy, human rights, and security in our hemisphere and around the world.” Reported the statement.
Biden’s Special Assistant, Juan González, has highlighted the impossibility that this tour will ignore Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship after it has lost all legitimacy by the suffering caused to the Venezuelan people.
“The humanitarian crisis in Venezuela is the fault of those who run that country. To say that there is nothing wrong with the political system in Venezuela is to be naive or not wanting to admit reality,” he pointed out.