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FM condemns opposition support for intervention in Venezuelan company

FM condemns opposition support for intervention in Venezuelan company

Caracas, Sep 15 (Prensa Latina) Venezuelan Foreign Minister Felix Plasencia on Wednesday condemned the support from opposition leader Juan Guaido for the decision by the Government of Colombia to intervene the Venezuelan-state-owned company Monomeros.
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‘This action must be strongly condemned in view of its surrender character contrary to national interests,’ the foreign minister denounced on Twitter.

The official pointed out that the kidnapping of Monomeros with the public endorsement of the former representative is a new blow to Venezuela’s productive capacity, in additiont to the negative effects caused by the imposition of unilateral coercive measures by the United States and its allies.

‘Beyond these actions that contribute little to the country, from the Bolivarian Government and its institutions, with the support of good Venezuelans, we continue working together and united to recover and consolidate our productive and industrial capacity,’ Plasencia emphasized on Twitter.

The Venezuelan Ministry of Interior on Tuesday announced the beginning of an investigation into Guaidó in the case of Monomeros, which is based in Colombia and whose assets were blocked.

The investigation into Guaido will contemplate the crimes of usurpation of functions, treason, conspiracy, qualified theft of assets and criminal association, Attorney General Tarek William Saab noted.

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