Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has slammed Washington’s belligerent rhetoric against his country in an open letter addressed to the American people.

Maduro published an image of the letter on his official Twitter account, saying it would be delivered to the White House to demand respect for Venezuela’s “inalienable right to Peace.

In the letter, Maduro denounces US President Donald Trump’s aggressive statements against him – which include branding Maduro an illegitimate dictator and hinting at a military intervention.

They want to invade and intervene in Venezuela – they say, as they said then – in the name of democracy and freedom. But it’s not like that. The story about the usurpation of power in Venezuela is as false as the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.

Maduro accuses Trump of “disrupting noble dialogue initiatives,” which are promoted by Uruguay and Mexico and backed by the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and aim to “a peaceful solution and dialogue favorable for Venezuela.”

 

 

Source: RT

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The US does not want Russia to be friendly with Venezuela….shades of the Cuban missiles crisis….yet the US has no problem being all over eastern Europe and creating NATO….the US has no problem being in South Korea…Taiwan ….Ukraine…pressurizing those countries that are nearby….honestly …as an American…Russia plays fairer, is more humane, is more diplomatic then we are…Putin is rocking it…We use the fear of Russia to sell arms….arms that needlessly kill….so humanitarian aid is a joke