This Wednesday the presidential commissioner for Foreign Relations, Julio Borges, rejected that Maduro’s dictatorship intends to expel the ambassador of the European Union (EU) and close its offices in Venezuela.
“The closure of the EU offices would cause the immediate suspension of humanitarian aid programs, which would affect hundreds of Venezuelan citizens who today suffer the consequences of Maduro’s Failed State,” Borges denounced in a message released through the networks officers of him.
The head of Legitimate Government diplomacy warned that these new actions will only “further isolate Maduro and he will receive an energetic repudiation from the free world.”
“International democratic pressure is a response to the destruction of freedoms in the country in an effort to prevent free elections. It will not cease until democracy is restored,” he concluded.