The office of the Presidential Commission for Foreign Relations, led by Julio Borges, rejected the new repressive actions of Nicolás Maduro’s regime.
This Friday, the Venezuelan dictatorship, through the illegitimate prosecutor’s office, issued arrest warrants against members of the Interim Government such as Commissioner Julio Borges; Ambassador to the United States, Carlos Vecchio; Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Vanessa Neumann; former prosecutor, José Ignacio Hernández and members of the Special Prosecutor’s Office of the Interim Government and the Ad Hoc Board of the Central Bank of Venezuela appointed by President Juan Guaidó and the National Assembly.
“This responds to the efforts made to encircle the regime internationally and preserve the country’s assets and interests abroad,” Commissioner Borges said through his personal Twitter account.
The communiqué published by the Presidential Commission for Foreign Relations assured that the actions of the dictatorship respond to the efforts made by each of the members of the Interim Government abroad to preserve the assets and interests of Venezuela.
Likewise, the office insisted that it will continue the struggle to conquer freedom and democracy for Venezuela.
“We reiterate that we will continue to defend the rights of the Venezuelan people at the international level and we will fight without rest until democracy returns to our country,” reads the statement.