Head of State warns that Guyana, under US influence, escalates to a warrior stance

Nicolás Maduro, President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
Presidential Press

Published at: 15/04/2024 09:54 PM

The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, ratified the Bolivarian Diplomacy of Peace, in the face of the guerrilla stance of the government of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana.

“We have a very clear policy of South America as a territory of peace and we have a very clear policy of complaint and struggle, for what are the historical rights of Venezuela and they - Guyana - sing, kick or provoke sooner rather than later they will have to sit down and watch the topic of Guiana Esequib a,” he said during the 41st broadcast of his weekly program “With Maduro +”.

The President specified that the government of Guyana responds to the interests of the Southern Command and the United States CIA, by granting concessions to transnational corporations such as ExxonMobil, to operate in maritime territory to be delimited.

“The government of Guyana is a government subject to the economic and corrupt interests of ExxonMobil; it is a government fully committed to the leadership of the Southern Command and the CIA,” he said.

In this context, President Maduro denounced the presence of soldiers from the Southern Command in secret CIA bases, within the Essequibo territory, allowed by Guyana.

“It is a government that is escalating towards a position of provocation and towards a warrior stance, the Government of Guyana. And all that is being incubated by who; who is incubating it; the people of Guyana? No, the people of Guyana don't want violence, they don't want confrontation with Venezuela, the Government of Guyana is incubating it,” he stressed.

The Head of State reiterated Venezuela's position of peace, as a nation based on the values of the Liberator, Simon Bolivar, and respect for the sovereignty of each people.

Mazo News Team