The presidential commissioner for foreign affairs, Julio Borges, reaffirmed that the regime of Nicolás Maduro has given protection, cover and financing to the terrorist group Hezbollah to develop operations in Venezuela.
“It is offensive that after paying tribute to Iranian General Qasem Soleimani, they deny their links with Hezbollah,” the Venezuelan diplomat said in a Twitter message.
“We all know that the dictatorship has given territory, logistics and money to this terrorist group to carry out drug trafficking and destabilization operations,” he said.
Similarly, the diplomatic representative of President (E) Guaidó denounced that while the regime denies Venezuelans their identity rights, “these criminals have been given passports to facilitate their mobility in the region.”
Finally, Borges called on the international community to take more severe action against the dictatorship. “The international community must be increasingly forceful in its actions against the regime of Nicolás Maduro and its members,” he concluded.