Chancellor Arreaza: Costa Rica demonstrates ignorance about Venezuelan political reality


The Chancellor of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, responded on Thursday to the statements issued by the Foreign Ministry of Costa Rica, in which the results of the regional elections on October 15 are being disowned, inviting the Central American Government to regain its dignity and independence.

Arreaza, who responded to the statement through his Twitter account, said that this document demonstrates absolute ignorance of the national political reality.

He described the Costa Rican Government’s stance as «embarrassing» and said it would lend itself to the US Government’s game to attack Venezuela.

In this sense, he invited the administration of Luis Guillermo Solís to «Stop subordinating itself to the Trump administration and regaining its dignity and independence».

The Chancellor was emphatic in pointing out that no Government in the world has the power to disown the Venezuelan institutions.

Read the tweets published by Chancellor Jorge Arreaza:

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«1. With its insolent communiqué, the Chancellery of Costa Rica demonstrates arrogance and absolute ignorance about the Venezuelan political reality»
9:32 – 19 Oct. 2017

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«2. Costa Rica denounces embarrassing submission as an instrument of the US Government to attack Venezuelan democracy»
9:32 – 19 Oct. 2017

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«3. Government of Costa Rica does not know that defeated candidates and opposition leaders have accepted and acknowledged the electoral results»
9:32 – 19 Oct. 2017

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«4. The scarce popularity of the Costa Rican Government makes it impossible for them to emulate electoral victories such as those of the Bolivarian Revolution»
9:32 – 19 Oct. 2017

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5. «The government of Costa Rica would like to have the strong popular support with which counts the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela»
9:32 – 19 Oct. 2017

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«6. No Government in the world has the authority to acknowledge or diwoen the Venezuelan sovereign institutions arising from the popular will»
9:32 – 19 Oct. 2017

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«7. We hope the Government of Costa Rica stops subordinating itself to the Trump administration and regain its dignity and independence»
9:32 – 19 Oct. 2017