Representatives of extreme right wing must cease calls in favor of the blockade against Venezuela

The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, demanded the representatives of the Venezuelan extreme right wing to stop their actions that support the resurgence of coercive measures against the country.

During the reception of the Anti-Blockade Law, the Head of State pointed out that his government will continue to denounce the systematic criminal sanctions promoted by leaders of the Venezuelan extreme right wing:

“We Venezuelans demand you to cease on your call for the blockade against Venezuela, we must put a face to those responsible for the suffering of Venezuela”, he declared, stating that the majority of the Venezuelan people repudiate these interventionist actions that threaten national sovereignty.

The dignitary said that, despite political differences, the Bolivarian Government “was always willing to work with the National Assembly, which is in the hands of the opposition, but they did not want to because of their desire for power”, which unleashed the economic and media siege in which the country is plunged.

From Miraflores Palace, in Caracas, he specified that the Anti-Blockade Law will act in response to the circumstances created by the so-called G4 group to try to break peace, sovereignty and democracy.

To date, more than 30 billion dollars have been illegally seized from the country as a result of the actions promoted by the Venezuelan extreme right wing led by the self-proclaimed Juan Guaidó.