The Government of Venezuela claims the confirmation of the credentials as a “victory” against the “US aggressions”
, Dec 7 () –
The United Nations General Assembly has approved this Monday the credentials of the diplomats of the member states, including that of the representatives of the Venezuelan Government of Nicolás Maduro, who has vindicated the decision.
The Venezuelan ambassador to the UN, Samuel Moncada, has stressed on Twitter that with the approval of the resolution, the organization “recognizes the credentials of the government of the president, Nicolás Maduro, as the legitimate representative of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.”
“A victory for the sovereign people against the colonial aggressions of the United States,” Moncada pointed out in a post on his Twitter profile, thus saluting the representation of Maduro’s delegation at the UN, although this is the usual thing, although some governments recognize to the opposition leader and self-proclaimed “president in charge” of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó.
Moncada has also specified that in 2019 “the colonial slave created by the United States to plunder Venezuela”, referring to Guaidó, “had support from 60 countries”, while in the session of the UN General Assembly this Monday “only 16 out of 193 countries refused to recognize President Maduro. “
“The destabilizing strategy promoted by Washington, lacking any constitutional endorsement, registers its lowest support within the UN, which represents a victory for international law and for the self-determination of the peoples,” the Government of Venezuela also celebrated. in a statement released by the Foreign Ministry.
On the other hand, the UN General Assembly has agreed, in the resolution, to delay the decision on who will represent Afghanistan and Burma in the world body, which means that the current ambassadors of the two countries will remain in place for the time being. . Last week a commission of the organization already rejected the ambassadors presented by the Taliban from Afghanistan and by the military junta from Burma.