President Of Venezuela Give EU Ambassadors 72 Hours Expulsion Deadline


Nicolás Maduro, The president of Venezuela said it has rejected interventionist policy of the European Union. The president demanded that EU officials divest themselves of the colonial and supremacist tradition, with which they intend to attack free and sovereign peoples.

The President made this decision known at the presentation of the Simón Bolívar National Prize of Journalism in the Miraflores Palace (seat of government).

He said, “We in Venezuela speak clearly, enough of European colonialism against our country,’ emphasized the head of state after assuring that the EU failed in its attempt to maintain a permanent interference in the internal affairs of the Bolivarian nation”.

Maduro emphasised saying, “We are going to put our things in order with the EU. If they do not respect Venezuela, they will leave our country as a nation and as an institution”.

Maduro, gave the European Union (EU) ambassador in Venezuela, Isabel Brilhante and other officials, 72 hours to leave the country, in what he described as interventionist actions of the community entity.

Meanwhile, the Foreign Minister of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza has previously rejected the EU’s interventionist policy against dialogue and peace in the South American country and assured that its colonial heritage and reminiscences lead it to the abyss of illegality, aggression and persecution of our peoples.

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