Acting Undersecretary for Western Hemisphere Affairs Michael G. Kozak lamented Saturday the indigenous massacre in which five people were killed in Ikabaru parish.
“These are the latest deaths, not counting the dozens of murders that have already occurred in the state of Bolivar by criminal gangs that exploit the mining sector to empower Maduro. Without a doubt, this is a bloody and criminal regime,” Kozak said through his personal Twitter account.
The President (E) of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, rejected this Saturday the massacre that afflicted the indigenous people and accused Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship of having handed over the Pemón territory to armed groups in order to finance illicit activities.
He made these statements as part of his visit to Carabobo State, where he visited different sectors of Valencia and later participated in the national meeting of the political party Acción Democrática.
Earlier, the Presidential Commissioner for Human Rights, Humberto Prado, manifested himself and sent information on the massacre of the Pemón Ikabaru community to several international bodies in order to generate a proper investigation and find those responsible for the murders.