Comptroller of Venezuela asked the UN to create commission to investigate and return stolen assets to the country

The Comptroller General of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Elvis Amoroso, participated this Thursday in the 8th United Nations Convention (UN) against Corruption, held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, from December 16 to 20, 2019, where the topic of “Asset Recovery and International Cooperation” was addressed.
During the act, the senior Venezuelan official raised the need for that agency to take the necessary actions to prevent further negative operations against independent and democratic nations in the world.
The head of the Venezuelan fiscal control requested before the member countries of the international organization the creation of a commission to return to the Venezuelan people the assets stolen by the United States, Colombia and their international political allies, and that to date they have not wanted to return referring to political reasons:
“I make that alert so that they are not victims of this mode of operation of the criminals who use this modality to become billionaires with the money of other states, so I asked that commissions be created to investigate these cases and that the assets of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”, said Amoroso.
He recalled during his speech that the governments of the United States, Colombia, have ilegally appropriated the assets of Venezuela, violating any international norm, as happened with the Venezuelan Monómeros petrochemical company, located in the Neo Granadean country, and the CITGO company, located in the North American country.
Amoroso insisted that it is essential to establish mechanisms that do not allow what they are doing against the people of Venezuela to become a generalized action against the other countries that are part of the UN.
In that regard, he urged the representatives of the nations present at the convention to categorically reject the political actions that have been implemented by the representatives of those countries and their political allies in the world against the Bolivarian Republic, and that in this way the Assets of free, sovereign and independent nations do not continue to be handed over to their relatives and friends, because this represents a fact of corruption, unprecedented in international geopolitics.
Similarly, he denounced the theft of Venezuelan gold in England and the retention of assets found in banks in Portugal. He also explained how the opposition deputy in contempt, Juan Guaidó and his accomplices, are appropriating state companies for personal gain.
“Those assets are not from the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, they are not from the Comptroller General of the Republic, these are from all Venezuelans and all together, those who are with the government, those who are with the opposition and those who are totally independent. We have to defend our homeland under any circumstances, no one gives up here, we will continue to fight and continue to carry the voice of Venezuela in any instance”, he said.
Finally, he extended the invitation to the President of the General Audit of the United Arab Emirates Harib Saeed Al Amimi, to travel to Venezuela, so that he can verify the situation in the country, after a pleasant meeting they held.
It is important to note that the Comptroller General, Elvis Amoroso, was accompanied by the Venezuelan ambassador to Abu Dhabi, Dr. Samir Al Attrach .; the Comptroller Auditor of PDVSA, Didalco Alejandro Bolívar Rivas, and the Director of the Office of the Comptroller General of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Johan Castro.