Thus responded Venezuela to the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry

This Thursday, the Chancellor of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez, published through the Twitter social network (@DrodriguezVen) a letter to the State Secretary of the United States, John Kerry.
In the letter, Venezuela reiterates that, would the United States have respected sovereign equality, “violence and war would not have martyred countries as diverse such as Vietnam, Cuba, Allende’s Chile (…) among other examples in the painful recent history of humanity”.
In this regard, she referred that the Sovereign Venezuela is a tangible example of this aggression, just because it has decided to walk through the broad paths of participatory democracy and exercise its inalienable right to build its own political and social model, based on inclusion.
Rodriguez, on behalf of the Venezuelan Government and the people, respectfully recommended John Kerry to address the reality of his country, at least from a critical study of the political system of the United States.