President Nicolás Maduro: «The truth of Venezuela triumphed at the UN»

As «a victory for the truth of Venezuela» described the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, the presentation of Venezuela in the 3rd Universal Periodic Review before the Human Rights Council of the United Nations Organization (UN), which took place This Tuesday, January 25.

During a new Productive Wednesday journey, the head of state pointed out that the exhibition demonstrated the true situation of human rights in Venezuela in a scenario where «were always present the extremist opinions of the defeated coup plotters from the United States, Colombia and some intemperate choirs of governments of Europe”.

They were isolated, they no longer have anything to say about Venezuela. We have resisted and defeated them at all levels, now we have defeated them in the United Nations human rights system,” he asserted, while extending his congratulations to the Venezuelan delegation, led by Vice President Delcy Rodríguez.

Reiterating that «Venezuela triumphed with its truth, data in hand,» the head of state thanked the support of more than 100 governments from all around the world, which recognize the advances in human rights and express themselves in a good way about the south american nation.

«Enough of speaking ill of Venezuela»:

On the other hand, he pointed out that only a handful of countries, «an increasingly small handful, with more hatred and more defeated» continue in their eagerness to tarnish the reality of Venezuela with lies.

In this sense, he urged Venezuelans to «repudiate those who speak ill of our country», as well as to act in defense of Venezuela:

Enough of speaking ill about Venezuela, enough of the hatred and xenophobia that the fascist right has sown in Latin America against Venezuelans. Let’s go to the front step, let’s join forces to defend the country”, he emphasized.

During the presentation of the 3rd Universal Periodic Review, Venezuela asked the UN to adopt corrective measures in favor of the peoples affected by unilateral coercive measures.