The president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, condemned Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship for ordering the expulsion of the ambassador from the European Union (EU) after sanctions were imposed against his regime.
“The arrogance of the dictator in response to failure on the Dec 6th fraud isolates him more from the world as he tries to drag the country along with him,” said the Venezuelan head of state in a message released through his official network accounts.
Similarly, President (e) Guaidó sent a message of appreciation to the European Union, for the commitment that it has shown for the freedom of the country and free elections.
“We sympathize with the ambassador of the European Union in Caracas, Isabel Brilhante Pedrosa, who has always shown support for human rights and democracy in Venezuela on behalf of Europe,” he concluded.
The arrogance of the dictator in the face of the failure of the Dec 6th fraud isolates him more from the world and tries to drag the country with him.
We sympathize with @EmbajadoraUECCS, who has always shown support for human rights and democracy in Venezuela on behalf of Europe. https://t.co/p8Kc6CH52g
– Juan Guaidó (@jguaido) February 24, 2021