Attorney General held meeting with ICC prosecutor Karim Khan

The Attorney General, Tarek William Saab, held a meeting with the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Karim Khan.

This was reported by Saab on his Twitter account this Thursday, detailing that he received Khan in the office of the Public Ministry, with whom he exchanged “opinions regarding the achievements in terms of protection of Human Rights in Venezuela.”

In the trill, he noted that they also discussed the implementation of the memorandum of understanding signed between the Venezuelan State and the ICC Prosecutor’s Office.

“We have completed the meeting in the office of @MinpublicoVEN with the citizen Prosecutor of the ICC @IntlCrimCourt Karim Khan: where we exchanged opinions regarding the achievements in terms of protection of Human Rights in #Venezuela and the implementation of the #Memorandum of # Understanding signed between the Venezuelan State and the Prosecutor’s Office of the International Criminal Court,” Saab published on the social network.

Politicization of human rights

Prosecutor Khan is conducting an investigation into the situation of Human Rights (DDHH) in Venezuela, for which the Venezuelan State has provided all the necessary information to clarify the case.

However the Venezuelan government denounced at the beginning of April the various irregularities and violations of due process committed by the ICC regarding the proceedings filed in 2018, related to alleged crimes against humanity, whose alleged victims presented by the agency, denied having suffered such violations.

A communiqué from the Venezuelan Ministry of Foreign Affairs asserts that Khan reproduced “without considering the campaigns that seek to instrumentalize the issue of justice and human rights for political purposes, to the detriment of the seriousness and rigor that is expected from such a relevant international body.” ”.

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