International Communication Congress rejects pretense to impose TIAR on Venezuela

The delegates of the first International Congress of Communicators held in Caracas on Monday rejected the position of various countries grouped in the Organization of American States (OAS) of promoting an intervention in Venezuela, particularly the call of the Colombian government to activate the Inter-American Reciprocal Assistance Treaty (TIAR).
The resolution was announced by the Chilean delegation and was put to the vote during the installation of the aforementioned congress, which was attended by various delegates from 37 countries, and will run until next Wednesday, December 4:
“TIAR puts peace and sovereignty at risk; That treaty is part of an imperialist doctrine. We the communicator men and women categorically condemn the use of force”, while demanding the ceasing of interferencing and unilateral policies, expressed the representative of Chile, Florencia Lagos.
The first International Communication Congress “Now the Peoples Speak!”, is held at the Alba hotel in Caracas city, from this December 2 until December 4 with the participation of 137 delegates from more than 35 countries.