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  • Venezuelan Foreign Affaris Minister , Jorge Arreaza, asks international media to not lend themselves to US war tactics.

    Venezuelan Foreign Affaris Minister , Jorge Arreaza, asks international media to not lend themselves to US war tactics. | Photo: teleSUR

Published 22 February 2019

"We have met for the third time with the Secretary of the United Nations, António Guterres, to evaluate the cooperation, the technical aid mechanisms, which facilitate the acquisition of food, medicines and equipment that we will pay," Arreaza stated.

On friday The Venezuelan Foreign Affairs Minister, Jorge Arreaza, held meetings with over 60 delegations in the United Nations (UN) as well as with Antonio Guterres, UN Secretary General, in order to strengthen international law, peace and the self-determination of the peoples.

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"We have met with the group that has emerged to defend the fundamental principles of international law, reflected in the Charter of the United Nations and defend the basic principles for the peace of nations," Arreaza stated during a press conference, held in the afternoon after the meetings.

The Venezuelan Foreign Affairs Ministry stated, on Twitter, that Minister Arreaza had "held a bilateral meeting with the Secretary General of the United Nations Organization, Antonio Guterres, in the framework of the deepening of cooperation with UN in favor of the Peace and the welfare of the Venezuelan people."

"We have met for the third time with the Secretary of the United Nations, António Guterres, to evaluate the cooperation, the technical aid mechanisms, which facilitate the acquisition of food, medicines and equipment that we will pay," Arreaza stated.

During the press conference, Arreaza asked international media to not lend themselves to US war tactics. As "in the Venezuelan case there is a great media war, not only economic and political," is why he called upon journalists to really investigate and get to the bottom of the news, journalists"must be professionals and responsible in arriving at the truth,". To perform their jobs with professionalism.

The Venezuelan Bolivarian government is looking for dialogue, with the United States and with the right-wing opposition, to find a peaceful solution to the current problems. "We want peace and dialogue, we are sitting at the table and we have not got up. Members of the opposition and of the AN we are here to talk, there is a constitution, let's look for a peaceful solution."

He stated that "Venezuela's economy is giving signs of recovery," but also warned that "the U.S. wants to generate violence," which is why he stated that Venezuelans must "be alert tomorrow and make sure that the violence from Colombia doesn't spill over into our country (Venezuela)."
He stated that it is important "that sanity reigns in Colombia and in Cucuta, that it remains as a party (the Live Aid concert)" and that the right-wing opposition and its allies do not look for an opportunity to open the Venezuelan doors for an intervention.

According to Arreaza, the Venezuelan "Armed Forces is characterized by its humanism," and would never act against their own people, but are "ready to protect the national sovereignty," against attacks. He reminded the media of how the US military attacked the Dominican Republic in 1965 and imposed a dictatorship, under the same guise of sending 'humanitarian aid.'

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