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The United Kingdom has condemned the expulsion of an EU ambassador to Venezuela

File photo: British Premier Boris Johnson (Parliament of England / Jessica Taylor / Guide via REUTERS)

The UK Office of Foreign Affairs, Commonwealth and Development Affairs on Friday issued a statement on the expulsion of the EU ambassador to Caracas from Venezuela. Isabel Brillhand Petrosa, After Nicolas Maduro was declared a non-personality by the regime.

“The Venezuelan regime’s decision to expel the head of the EU delegation is unjust and deeply regrettable. The UK stands with our EU allies.”A statement from Boris Johnson’s government ministry said:

File image.  Isabel Brilliant Petrosa, Head of the EU Mission in Venezuela, leaves the Foreign Ministry Headquarters in Caracas on February 24, 2021.  REUTERS / Manaure Quintero
File image. Isabel Brilliant Petrosa, Head of the EU Mission in Venezuela, leaves the Foreign Ministry Headquarters in Caracas on February 24, 2021. REUTERS / Manaure Quintero

Isabel Brillhand Petrosa, the EU’s last ambassador to Caracas, left Venezuela last Tuesday, three days after Maduro’s deadline to leave the country. 19 In reaction to the community camp’s sanctions against Venezuelan officials.

The number of Venezuelan officials authorized by the European Union is 55. Prior to Venezuela, no country in Latin America allowed this camp.

In response to the expulsion of your messenger, Claudia Salerno declares EU leader of Brussels’ Venezuelan tour a non-personality. However, Salerno is also ambassador to Belgium and Luxembourg, as the EU decision does not necessarily mean the expulsion of the Venezuelan ambassador from the territory.

File photo: Nicolas Maduro shows a document from his government during a press conference on February 17, 2021 in Caracas, Venezuela.  REUTERS / Fausto Torrealba
File photo: Nicolas Maduro shows a document from his government during a press conference on February 17, 2021 in Caracas, Venezuela. REUTERS / Fausto Torrealba

For their part, the so-called International Liaison Committee for Venezuela, which is funded by the European Union, including Spain, on Thursday condemned the Savista regime’s decision to expel the ambassador, saying it was out of the question.

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“The following members of the International Liaison Committee on Venezuela, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, EU, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Panama, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Uruguay They reject the Venezuelan regime’s decision to declare the EU ambassador non-human, “they said in a joint statement. Argentina is not mentioned in the text.

They pointed to the report and the consequent expulsion of the ambassador.Contrary to the prevailing dialogue and respect in international relations, Y It will only contribute to further international isolation From Venezuela “. And they said:”We ask that the circumstances of this nature never recur A sense of dialogue and cooperation between the Venezuelan regime and the international community must be maintained. ”

With information from EFE

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