Venezuela expects Colombia, the US and Peru to hand over terrorists of the frustrated assassination

The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela expects that the governments of Colombia, the United States (USA) and Peru will hand over the terrorists who are in those countries and participated in the attempted assassination to the degree of frustration against the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro:

“Already the Citizen and Judicial Branches are formalizing extradition requests to the United States, Colombia and Peru. It will be up to these governments to comply with international laws, since they are punishable offenses in all the penal codes of our countries and the international law against terrorism. We want to believe that both Washington, Bogota and Lima will fulfill their international commitment”, expressed Chancellor Jorge Arreaza, after accompanying the red march that was mobilized to the headquarters of the Public Ministry in Caracas.

In a broadcast by VTV, Arreaza asked the international community to see with objectivity what is happening in Venezuela, without being manipulated by the matrices of opinion that big media promotes against Venezuela.

He also thanked the statements of solidarity that from different parts of the world have been expressed against President Maduro and the Venezuelan people.

Arreaza added that before all the attacks, the Bolivarian Government will continue defending democratic values and peace.