Maduro Demands Abolition of U.S. Executive Order against Venezuela

Apr 11, 2015 by

Maduro Demands Abolition of U.S. Executive Order against Venezuela

HAVANA, Cuba, Apr 11 (acn) The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, reiterated on Saturday his rejection, and that of millions of Venezuelans, of the executive order by the U.S. government, which considers his country as a threat to the northern nation.

Maduro stated “we want peace”, wile addressing participants in the 7th Summit of the Americas in Panama, which winds up today with the presence of leaders of the region, including Army General Raul Castro, President of the Councils of State and Ministers of Cuba.

“Nobody gave us what we have, Obama has committed an aggression against our country,” he stressed.

The Venezuelan head of state invited, once again, his U.S. counterpart to hold a conversation on the issues leading to a civilized relationship, and pave the way for progress.

“Our children and grandchildren will not be happy until that “decree” that interferes in the internal life of Venezuela is abolished; it is no past history, it is present history, we are not anti-American, we are anti-imperialists, like Bolivar and Chavez,” Maduro said.

“We are proud of our history, the one built by our liberators, and the one we are building today,” he underlined.

“We will not be a dark story of which we will have to repent of, because we have never bombed or killed fraternal peoples anywhere in the world,” he stated.

While referring to the Summit’s slogan, he said that poverty of Latin America and the Caribbean has always been linked to inequality, it is inequality what creates the conditions for the oligarchy not to guarantee the right to health and education, he said sententiously.

He recalled that on a day like today, April 11, 13 years ago, the coup against President Hugo Chavez to overthrow the government of Venezuela took place, and added that the Bolivarian president recovered the dignity of his country and gave it a light of its own.

Let’s have relationships of respect and peace, so we can say we are a hemisphere of peace; let’s build, from this historic summit, justice, peace, prosperity and equity, Maduro stressed.

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