Antony Blinken’s visit to Colombia is a strategy of aggression against Venezuela

The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela denounced before the international community that the recent visit to Colombia by the Secretary of State of the United States of America, Antony Blinken, is part of a sustained strategy of aggression against the Venezuelan people and its democratic institutions.

Before launching unfounded attacks against Venezuela, the Secretary of State would have to render accounts to his own people for the immoral promotion and defense of a government responsible for violent massacres; He would also have to be held accountable to the people of the United States for the increase, even under the government of President Biden, of cocaine production in a country considered a strategic ally in the fight against drug trafficking.

The Secretary of State should explain to the people of the United States the basis of his support for a government that has allowed an increase in paramilitary and criminal activity.

Faced with this unfortunate reality, it is important to highlight that the supportive and joust people of the United States of America did not elect a new President to associate with a criminal government, nor to carry out a new policy of destabilization in Latin America.

Nor did the majority of the American people voted in favor of opening new conflicts or increasing aggression against Venezuela. On the contrary, they voted in favor of new policies that truly reflect the traditional values ​​of respect for freedom and democracy. The current government of the United States still has time to rectify and avoid conducting a hostile foreign policy towards Venezuela whose only possible result will be to fall into a new shameful spiral of errors and failures.