“Our primary interest is that ownership over Venezuela’s assets abroad prevails until political change occurs in the country,” said Horacio Medina, President of the Ad Hoc Administrative Board of PDVSA, rejecting rumors of corruption listed within Citgo and the Simón Bolívar Foundation.
During an online interview for ‘Venezolanos TV’, Mr. Medina regretted the rumors and said that the PDVSA Ad Hoc Board defends the national assets, and that’s why he remarked the importance of transparency.
Furthermore, he reiterated that the primary interest is and has been the protection of Venezuelan assets, which will be a fundamental piece in the reconstruction of the country.
“When the time comes, we will be really pleased to deliver these assets to the country, to know that they were recovered and that they will be a fundamental piece in the reconstruction of the Venezuelan industry, and will therefore be a fundamental piece of the country,” he said.
The Chairman of the Administrative Board explained that within the corporation there are capable professionals who day by day labor convinced in the objectives set by the law. “We have told the different commissions that if there is any doubt, we will take it into account and actively participate to clarify any confusion,” he added.
Finally, he invited Venezuelans to have the confidence and believe that the professionals who actively participate not only in PDVSA Ad Hoc but in the other companies that belong to the corporation, are working decidedly to preserve the most important asset that Venezuela has abroad.