Venezuela rejects U.S. interference that seeks to break the dialogue in the country

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For the Venezuelan government, the repeated statements of United States seeks encourage reactionary right (photo: File)

The government of President Nicolas Maduro Wednesday rejected the interventionist U.S. statements that seek to break the dialogue undertaken in the country, in order to stop violence waged by radical sectors of right from the beginning of February.
The official text indicates that Venezuela again rejects the meddling statements of Secretary of State John Kerry, “who seek to condition the sovereign position of the Bolivarian Government and interfere with the development of the dialogue process between the government and the opposition, on the initiative of President Nicolas Maduro “.
This May 1, Chávez expressed his emphatic rejection of the “insolent interference” of United States to seek direct the agenda of the opposition in the National Peace Conference that is underway in the country.
In the last week the Venezuelan authorities have demonstrated through testing of intelligence agencies, the advancement of the international right plan aimed at destabilizing the country, with the support of people like the Colombian president Alvaro Uribe.
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REPUBLIC OF VENEZUELA
MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO POPULAR
Release
The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela rejects the meddling statements again Secretary of State John Kerry, seeking condition the sovereign position of the Bolivarian Government and interfere with the development of the dialogue process between the government and the opposition, on the initiative of President Nicolas Maduro.These repeated statements are provided to encourage the most reactionary sectors of the violent opposition to extend outside of the Constitution and also reflect a profound ignorance of the Venezuelan reality, are an insult against the participation of UNASUR and the Holy See shares in the process of national dialogue for peace.
Surprisingly, with these statements, the U.S. government is considering as legitimate forms of protest burning universities and food trucks and vandalism against public institutions, health care facilities or schools, and even murder innocent citizens trying unlock the streets barricaded.
Betting continue dialogue and building a culture of peace in our country without interference by any external actor and reiterate our thanks to all members of UNASUR and the Apostolic Nuncio, respectful and caring for their contributions to this process.
Caracas, May 7, 2014