Trinidad and Tobago ratifies non-interference in Venezuela's affairs
Port-of-Spain, Sep 24 (Prensa Latina) Trinidad and Tobago stressed its policy of non-interference in the internal affairs of other states, in reference to a report published by an alleged fact-finding mission on human rights in Venezuela, NewsDay reported on Thursday.
In statements to the newspaper, National Security Minister Stuart Young noted that his country's international policy is of non-interference, and we keep implementing it.
He explained that the document was drawn up by people who did not visit Venezuela, so it is a little unusual event.
The minister underlined that Venezuela is a neighboring country, and Trinidad and Tobago is its closest neighbor.
After the report from the so-called International Independent Fact-Finding Mission in Venezuela, the Government of President Nicolas Maduro said that the report was made by private experts and was promoted by the extreme right wing with support from the United States.
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