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Maduro: “The EU was wrong when it tried to impose a president on us”

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The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, expressed his satisfaction with the participation of the national representation in the Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) and the European Union (EU), which culminated this Tuesday in Brussels .

The national president spoke about the position of Venezuela at the summit, on which he contributed that “the Vice President (Delcy Rodríguez) brought our truth so that Europe understands that we do not want to go back, that lifting the sanctions is unjustified, illegal and violates the right international”.

He added that the Creole representation made it clear that “there is a Venezuela that is growing, working. The vast majority of this country wants nothing with that extremist right, with what (Juan) Guaidó meant.”

In this sense, the head of state said that the EU was wrong when it recognized a president of Venezuela that nobody chose. “It is a fact that they made a mistake from street to street when they tried to impose a president that no one had elected: the bandit and thief of Guaidó,” he said.

He said that over time, one by one of the countries of the European bloc realized their mistake and had to recognize the legitimate government of Venezuela. “We resist their attacks, their attacks. Now we want to turn the page and hopefully start writing a new story between Venezuela and Europe,” he added.

Regarding the participation of Vice President Delcy Rodríguez, President Maduro highlighted the holding of bilateral and group meetings, in which he made it very clear that “Venezuela does not want to go back to the times of interventionism, of colonialism, and we want respect. With respect, everything is possible ”, he concluded.

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