Maduros sudden deportation order and the fierce refusal of breaking off diplomatic relations in many American dialects

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 Maduros sudden deportation order and the fierce refusal of breaking off diplomatic relations in many American dialects


Maduro announces its relationship with the United States on 23rd: Maduro Twitter

On the 23rd, Venezuelan opposition parties launched a large-scale march in the capital Caracas. The leader of the opposition party and the president of Venezuelas parliament, Guaido, declared that he was the interim president of Venezuela. Then President Trump of the United States and leaders of many Latin American countries acknowledged that Maduro was strongly dissatisfied, declared that diplomatic relations with the United States had been interrupted and demanded that US embassy personnel leave Venezuela within 72 hours.

In response to Maduros sudden passenger-driven order, the United States fiercely refused to break off diplomatic relations in many languages.

U.S. State Department: Maduro has no right to break diplomatic relations with the United States, and will continue to maintain diplomatic relations with the Commission through Guaido.

Venezuelan opposition leader Guaiduotuyuan: CNN

U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo said in a statement issued by his spokesman on 23 days that the United States will maintain diplomatic relations with Venezuela, and said that the United States recognized the opposition leader Guaido as Venezuelas interim president.

The United States will continue to maintain diplomatic relations with Venezuela and will continue to maintain relations with Venezuela through the Government of Interim President Guaido, who has invited our diplomats to stay in Venezuela, Pompeo wrote in a statement. The United States does not recognize the Maduro regime as the Venezuelan government. Therefore, we do not believe that former President Maduro has the right to sever diplomatic relations with the United States or declare our diplomats unpopular.

Pompeo also warned that the United States will take appropriate action to hold accountable anyone who threatens the safety of our embassies and diplomats.

Republican Senator Rubio: U.S. diplomats should not leave Venezuela

Screenshot of Republican Senator Rubio Twitter

Republican Senator Rubio also tweeted that Maduro had no right to expel American diplomats or terminate diplomatic relations.

Legitimate President Guaido has asked American diplomats to stay in Venezuela. If our diplomats leave, it is tantamount to acquiescing in Maduros legitimacy. So we shouldnt leave anyway. He wrote.

Senior Trump Administration Officer: Maduros order is meaningless and Trump may punish him.

After Maduro announced the severance of diplomatic relations with the United States, a senior official of the Trump administration told CNN that Maduros order to ask U.S. diplomats to leave Venezuela was meaningless.

Maduro announces its relationship with the United States on 23rd: Maduro Twitter

Another senior official, speaking to CNN about possible future U.S. action, said that all options are at the negotiating table, including sanctions against Venezuela.

Two other sources familiar with the White House deliberations also told CNN that Trump was prepared to take a series of actions to punish him, possibly including oil sanctions, according to the severity of Maduros response.

Guaido: It is hoped that all embassies in Venezuela will maintain their diplomatic presence in Venezuela.

Following Maduros announcement of the severance of diplomatic relations with the United States, Guaido issued a statement on Twitter unilaterally demanding that all embassies maintain their diplomatic presence in the country.

Guaido wrote on Twitter, Through the powers conferred on me by the Constitution, I want to communicate with all the leaders of the diplomatic corps in Venezuela and their accredited staff. Venezuela firmly hopes that you will maintain a diplomatic presence in our country. Any contrary information has no validity because it comes from individuals or entities known as usurpers. They have no legitimate right to make any statement on this issue.

After Trump declared that Guaido was interim president of Venezuela, he thanked Trump on Twitter. On behalf of all Venezuelans, I thank you for your commitment to support the people of Venezuela.

Venezuelan President Madurotou Source: CNN

Nevertheless, Guaidos legitimate provisional presidency did not enjoy the support of the countrys military, and Russia also expressed its firm support for Maduro.

Venezuelan Defense Minister: Venezuelan officers and soldiers do not recognize the illegally self-declared president

The Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino Lopez also said that the military did not recognize Guaido as President of the country that afternoon. He wrote on Twitter that Venezuelan officers and soldiers did not recognize the illegally self-declared president, the Bolivarian National Armed Forces are not only the defenders of the Constitution, but also the guarantees of national sovereignty.

Russia: Support for Maduros position remains unchanged

Before Maduro announced the break-up of diplomatic relations with the United States, the Russian side had clearly expressed its support for Maduros position unchanged.

Andrei Krimov, Vice Chairman of the International Affairs Committee of the Russian Federation Commission, told Russian media on 24 that Russia had previously recognized Maduro as the legitimate President of Venezuela, and that position would not change. Russia has recognized Maduro as Venezuelas legitimately elected president. Umahanov, Vice President of the Russian Federal Council, attended the inauguration ceremony of Maduro and conveyed his congratulations. This position of the Russian side will not change.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Zaharova also said on the 24th that the Venezuelan incident showed how the West manipulated the regime change of other countries artificially. The actions of Western countries violated the provisions of international law that respect the sovereignty of other countries and do not interfere in the internal affairs of other countries.

In May 2018, Venezuelan President Maduro was re-elected with 68.7% of the votes in the general election and was sworn in on 10 January 2019.

Source: Global Network Responsible Editor: Shi Jianlei_NBJ11331