The diplomatic representative of the legitimate government of Venezuela in Argentina, Elisa Trotta, stated that she will continue to work to strengthen international cooperation to achieve the recovery of democracy in the country and to attend to our fellow citizens in Argentina.
“The decision of the Government of Argentina does not prevent our actions from continuing to be what they have been since the beginning, and what they have been since last year when I was appointed Ambassador by the Assembly,” explained Trotta in a message published on Twitter
In this sense, the Venezuelan diplomatic representative said that this work consists of “strengthening the struggle for democracy and for the recovery of democracy in Venezuela, from the international point of view, to be able to defend the millions of Venezuelans who today do not have the possibility of being heard and whose rights are being violated and all the Venezuelans who make a living in Argentina.
Trotta said that after the Fernández government withdrew her ambassadorial credentials, she communicated with the president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, who instructed her to continue working with the government of Argentina, “because what is happening in Venezuela is something that cannot be ignored, and that is what President Alberto Fernández has said, who has demonstrated his concern about human rights violations in Venezuela.
“We agree with any communication channel, hoping that Argentina can also join this fight for the recovery of democracy in Venezuela,” she concluded.