The President of Colombia, Iván Duque, assured this Tuesday at the 75th General Assembly of the United Nations that Nicolás Maduro’s regime is not only a threat to the region but also to other countries in the world.
In his statement the president stressed that the crimes against humanity committed by Maduro’s dictatorship, like the electoral farce in December, only seek to perpetuate the tyranny in Venezuela.
Duque denounced that Maduro’s dictatorship is sustained by drug trafficking money and asked all nations of the world to continue adding sanctions to end the dictatorial regime in Venezuela.
“Maduro’s dictatorial regime is sustained by drug trafficking resources, harbors terrorists and is a constant threat to democracy in the region and throughout the world.”
The Colombian Head of State reiterated his position that rejects the electoral show that the regime plans to carry out next December 6th.
“We need to make an energetic call to all the nations of the world so that they raise their voices demanding truly free elections, and not the prefabricated electoral orchestra to which they want to take the Venezuelan people in this month of December only to perpetuate the dictatorship,” he remarked.