President of Chile Gabriel Boricthis tuesday is supposed to be a “grim reality” human rights situation in Venezuela, no more “narrative construction”, as his Brazilian counterpart Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva put it.
He said, “The truth is that we are glad that Venezuela is returning to multilateral events because we believe that problems are solved in these places and not with statements where we only attack each other ” boric To journalists
“However, this cannot mean sweeping under the rug or turning a blind eye to issues that are principled and important to us”.he added, as reported by British agency Reuters.
In this context, the President of Chile emphasized that “It’s not a narrative construct, it’s a reality, Human rights must be respected regardless of the political color of the current ruler. And this applies to all of us. and I think it’s right that I, as chairman of left, say on this first occasion in front of Nicolás Maduro whom we had to meet”He added.
Leaders of a dozen South American countries met in Brasilia at the invitation of Lula, which intends to reclaim its country’s active role in the region, but has been criticized boric, and of Louis Lacalle Pau, President of Uruguay.
ok and your turn, lacle poe she trusted the feeling “Astonished” at the behest of da silva, and stated that “if there are so many groups striving for full democracy in Venezuela, we cannot cover the sun with one finger.”
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Furthermore, he emphasized that “We have a relationship with the Venezuelan people, but it is not up to us to choose their ruler.Although I can comment on this issue because the second point of the document that is being prepared as a result of this meeting talks about protecting democracy and institutions. I wouldn’t have said anything if that wasn’t the point.”
Besides Borik, Maduro and Lacalle Pou, they were also alberto fernandez, Luis Arce (Bolivia); Gustavo Petro (Colombia); William Lasso (Ecuador); Irfan Ali (Guyana); Mario Abdo Benitez (Paraguay) and Chan Santokhi (Suriname).
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