Venezuela reiterates that it does not recognize or recognize any mechanism of protection created outside the principles of international law. | Photo: VTV
Caracas, Oct 8 (RHC) The Government of Venezuela rejected the renewal of the monitoring mechanism of the Council of Human Rights of the Organization of Nations Unidas (ONU) against the South American country named Misión de Determinación de Hechos.
“The Gobierno de la República Bolivariana de Venezuela categorically rejects the Resolution approved by the Council of Human Rights of the UN, through which it renews the mandate of the hostile and injerencista mechanism of monitoring against our country”, highlights a communiqué. .
En tal sentido, Venezuela highlights that this is a measure resulting from the “double rasero, the selectivity and the politicized use of the mechanisms of the Council of Human Rights”, on the part of a group of countries that respond to the interests of the United States (EE .UU.).
“Venezuela denuncia que tras la referreda Resolución se oculta una abierta pretensión de lentar y justifyar a los sectors más extremistas de la oposición national e internacional del país”, highlighted the communiqué.
Respecto a esto, el documento resalta que esta es una muestra más del afán por altera la paz del país y destabilizar la democracy venezolana.
“Venezuela reserves the relevant political and diplomatic measures before the claims of those who promote this mechanism against the sovereignty and self-determination of the Venezuelan people, which violates the United Nations Charter,” the document points out.
In the communique, the willingness of the Latin American country to collaborate with different human rights organizations of the UN is highlighted and it adds that it will continue to cooperate with the Council of Human Rights, always on the basis of respect for the principles of objectivity, non-selectivity, and politicization. , imparcialidad y dialog constructivo.
“Venezuela reiterates that it does not recognize or recognize any mechanism of protection created on the margin of the principles proper to international law, which pretends to undermine the independence, sovereignty and self-determination of the Venezuelan people,” the document concluded. (Fuente/Telesur)