The OAS Commissioner of the General Secretariat for the crisis of Venezuelan migrants and refugees, David Smolansky, questioned the alleged repairs of El Palito Refinery with which the dictatorship justified the transfer of Venezuelan gold to Iran after an oil spill occurred that has caused irreparable damage to the Morrocoy National Park ecosystem.
“Hadn’t the Iranians had been called to do some ‘repair work’ at the El Palito refinery paid for with the gold of all Venezuelans?” Smolansky asked after one of the worst spills in recent years.
The commissioner for the OAS condemned these business deals that the dictatorship continues to do behind the backs of the Venezuelans. “Well, it seems they took the gold and left the oil spill in Morrocoy.”
Finally, he lamented this new damage to nature caused by the regime’s negligence. “An ecocide.”
¿Y a los iraníes no los habían llamado para hacer unos “trabajos de reparación” en la Refinería de El Palito pagado con el oro de todos los venezolanos?
Bueno, parece que se llevaron el oro y dejaron el derrame de petróleo en Morrocoy. Un ecocidio. #SOSMorrocoy
— David Smolansky (@dsmolansky) August 8, 2020