Thursday, February 26, 2009


Reject Them!


Venezuelan Government Rejects Accusations Made by the U.S. Department of State


Agencia Bolivariana de Noticias, English Version

Caracas, Feb 26. ABN.- Due to the report emitted on Wednesday by the United States Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, denouncing alleged corruption cases, pester the freedom of the press and human rights violations in Venezuela, without presenting a single proof, the Ministry of People's power for Foreign Affairs made public a statement rejecting and condemning United States meddling in Venezuela.

Following the full statement:


The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, in defense of Venezuelan people's sovereignty, categorically and firmly rejects the report issued by the U.S. Department of State, which pretends to evaluate the general situation of human rights in many countries of the world, including Venezuela.

Venezuelan Government considers inadmissible the recurrent actions of the United States bureaucracy; according to which some officials, at the service of the State and with the darkest record of violations and outrage to human dignity in the contemporaneous history, pretend to become into judges of other states without any mandate or legitimacy.

The Bolivarian Government of Venezuela rejects the false, spiteful and meddling content of the aforementioned report whose allegations lack of foundation and represent the expression of anti-Venezuelan opinions widespread by some sectors that, inside and outside our country, refuse to accept that Venezuelan people are the owners of their own destiny.

The Government of President Hugo Chávez urges the US authorities to put an end to these actions that continue harming the relations between our countries. These relations must be based on respect, equality and not meddling in internal affairs; these are fundamental principles that the sovereign Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela will always defend on behalf of our people.

Caracas, February 26, 2009.


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