"Pompeo must accept that the policy towards the Bolivarian nation has failed. According to President Donald Trump, the fraud was committed in the U.S. elections," Arreaza tweeted, alluding to the claims of the White House leader after his opponent Joe Biden's victory.
"Assimilate with calm and resignation Venezuela's truth. Hopefully, diplomacy will soon return to the State Department and the White House," the Bolivarian minister added.
On Sunday, Pompeo challenged the legitimacy of the Venezuelan elections by saying that there would not be a representation of the people's opinion at the new National Assembly because of an "electoral fraud."
"The results announced by Nicolas Maduro's illegitimate regime will not reflect the will of the Venezuelan people. What is happening today is a farce, not an election," the U.S. official tweeted.
Today the people of #Venezuela will exercise their democratic right as they elect a new Parliament - What does it say about the #US and #EU who refuse to recognise the elections, preferring to recognise the unelected #Guaido who's just a puppet of US Financial Imperialism...? pic.twitter.com/zzqPn3YjsE