The Canadian Foreign Minister, François-Philippe Champagne, held a conversation with the President (E) of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, where he reiterated his country’s support for the Venezuelan cause and its rejection of the dictatorship’s fraudulent elections.
Champagne assured that he discussed with the national leader the necessary conditions that Venezuela must have for free and fair elections.
The Canadian Foreign Minister added that the government led by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reiterates its “deep concern” about the Venezuelan crisis and condemns the human rights violations carried out by Maduro’s regime.
“We will continue to support Venezuelans to recover democracy,” he added.
Canada continues its support
Ambassador to Canada Orlando Viera-Blanco thanked the country for its commitment to the Venezuelan cause, especially Foreign Minister Champgne for his conversation with President Guaidó for justice, peace, and Venezuelan freedom.
“Canada will continue its fight for the Venezuelan people, free elections and full recognition of our interim government,” Viera-Blanco said.
🇨🇦 is deeply concerned by the grave human rights violations occurring in Venezuela. We'll continue to stand with Venezuelans to bring back democracy. pic.twitter.com/WIdz8tyrxq
— François-Philippe Champagne (FPC) 🇨🇦 (@FP_Champagne) October 30, 2020