On the occasion of the Forty-fifth Summit of the G7 between August 24 and 26, the president in charge, Juan Guaidó, sent a letter to the presidents of the countries that comprise it, highlighting the complex humanitarian crisis that Venezuela is experiencing, caused by the usurper?s regime of Nicolas Maduro and which seriously affects citizens and the stability of the region.
In the letter, the president stressed that “Maduro remains illegally in power and that allies such as Russia, China and Cuba continue to preserve military, commercial and political relations that further aggravate the widespread crisis that overwhelms his nation”
Also, he asked the member countries of the multilateral organization to consider the crisis in Venezuela on the agenda of their next summit and explore and coordinate a common action that would allow exemplary sanctions against human rights violators and assist with the purpose to (… ) “Put an end to the suffering of Venezuelans, achieve freedom and chart the path for free, transparent and guaranteed elections”, in order to contribute as allies to achieve a peaceful and democratic transition.
He stressed that Nicolás Maduro will not be able to reverse the economic crisis and that this will not only aggravate the situation of the Venezuelan people, but will also exponentially affect the countries of the region and all those that preserve economic interests in Venezuela.
Likewise, he expressed his aspiration for the democratic countries of the world to send a clear message to the regime about the serious consequences of the continuous and systematic violations of human rights, as demonstrated in the report of the High Commissioner for Human Rights of United Nations, Michelle Bachelet.
In addition to this public statement, the president in charge expressed his wish that each G7 member country request a private contact with the Ambassadors of the Republic of Cuba, People’s Republic of China and the Russian Federation, ordering them to send a message consistent with the aforementioned.
On the other hand, and given the deterioration of the quality of life, the shortage of food and the absence of medicines caused by the ominous and opprobrious regime of Maduro, Venezuela has repeatedly requested help to continue looking for the mechanisms that to achieve the end of this devastating humanitarian crisis, he additionally requested to convene meetings with the food and medicine suppliers of each G7 country, in order to obtain and secure donations for those most vulnerable Venezuelans.
He concluded by stating that, from his point of view, (…) “in the hands of the G7 presidents, there may be the most effective and expedite diplomatic solution to face the serious humanitarian and political crisis that Venezuela is going through (…) and help achieve a peaceful and democratic transition ”.