Monday, 17 Rajab 1442 / 01 March 2021

Monday, 17 Rajab 1442 / 01 March 2021

US says Venezuela accusations 'baseless and false'

Selasa 18 Feb 2014 09:45 WIB

Red: Julkifli Marbun

Presiden Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro

Presiden Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro

Foto: whatsnextvenezuela.com

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, WASHINGTON -- The United States on Monday rejected as "baseless and false" accusations by Venezuela that it was aiding anti-government protests.

"We support human rights and fundamental freedoms -- including freedom of expression and of peaceful assembly -- in Venezuela as we do in countries around the world," State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said.

"But as we have long said, Venezuela's political future is for the Venezuelan people to decide."

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced late Sunday the expulsion of three US diplomats whom he accused of meeting with protest leaders under the guise of offering them visas.

"The allegations that the United States is helping to organize protesters in Venezuela is baseless and false," Psaki said.

She said the State Department had not been formally notified of the expulsions.

sumber : Antara
BACA JUGA: Ikuti News Analysis News Analysis Isu-Isu Terkini Perspektif Republika.co.id, Klik di Sini
 
 
 
 
  • Komentar 0

Dapatkan Update Berita Republika

 

BERITA LAINNYA