Venezuela seeks support from Vincentian public
The Vincentian public is being invited by the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) to “raise their voices to ask the Government of the United States to cease its interventionist actions against Venezuela.”
A release from the Venezuelan Embassy said a book has been opened at the Embassy at Richmond Hill from yesterday, Monday, February 11 to Friday, February 15, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for the collection of signatures in support of a letter addressed to the people of the United States of America (see letter below).
The letter, from Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro seeks to bring an end to “the constant aggressions against the Venezuelan people from the Government of Trump.”
“It is necessary to emphasize that the people of Venezuela have been victims of a series of sanctions undertaken by the United States Government directed at the main source of income of the country, the oil industry, sanctions that have affected the purchase of food and medicine due to the closure and blockade of accounts and purchases, which seek to aggravate the economic situation of the population of Venezuela, provoke internal conflict and encourage military intervention.
“The people of Venezuela are counting on the people of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines so that with their signature they show their support for peace, respect for sovereignty and the right to non-interference, the Caribbean is an area of peace,” the release said.