Ambassadors of the government of President (E) Juan Guaidó spoke in solidarity with the elected president of Guatemala, Alejandro Giammattei and Foreign Minister Pedro Brolo, who were forbidden from entering Venezuela retaining their personal documents and finally deporting them from the country.
In their messages, diplomats expressed their support and thanks to President-elect Giammattei for his solidarity and esteem for the Venezuelan people and the great humanitarian crisis in the country.
The ambassador in Guatemala, Maria Teresa Romero and the ambassador in Spain, Antonio Ecarri, expressed their appreciation to the president, acknowledging his courage and democratic leadership, cataloging the fact as a sign of anguish and panic of the regime “in process of extinction.”
The Canadian ambassador, Orlando Viera-Blanco and the Venezuelan ambassador to Brazil, María T. Belandria, thanked the Guatemalan President-elect for his conviction and dedication in the fight for the recovery of democracy and freedom in the country.
Humberto Calderon Berti, ambassador to Colombia, reiterated that despite attempts by the regime to hide the reality of the country, denying entry to the elected President of Guatemala and his team will not prevent the support for the democratic struggle from growing.
The ambassadors of Chile and Austria, Guarequena Gutiérrez and William Davila Valeri, respectively, also spoke on the fact, which the President in Charge Juan Guaidó described as “an unprecedented diplomatic aggression”.
The diplomatic representative in Greece, Eduardo Massieu Paredes, described the regime’s response to the arrival of the elected President of Guatemala as a ratification that the international coalition of the legitimate government of Venezuela is hemispheric.
“The West and the elected president of Guatemala, Alejandro Giammattei, are the voice of Venezuelans without a voice who demand freedom! Venezuela continues to expand the coalition of undisputed allies for Human Rights”, he stated.
The Costa Rican ambassador, María A. Faría, said that Pres. Giammattei has become a strong voice against the dictatorship in the region and the world.
Isadora Zubillaga, ambassador to France, sent her thanks to the Guatemalan President for his belief in the freedom and democracy of Venezuela and also to be part of a hard time in its republican history.