Evo Morales: We Must Avoid a Confrontation in Venezuela

The president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, made a call on Monday to the presidents of the region and the world to seek a peaceful solution to the political situation in Venezuela, avoiding a confrontation between brothers.

“We call on the presidents of Latin America and the world to continue seeking a peaceful solution to the situation in Venezuela. We cannot be responsible for a war between brothers, which, moreover, would violate the norms of international law,” he wrote in his Twitter account.

In this context, he highlighted the fact that the head of the delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross in the Republic of Colombia, Cristoph Harnisch, ruled out participating in the distribution of supposed “aid” from the United States to Venezuela because “it is not humanitarian”.

“We have said it: Humanitarian Aid is an institution that must be protected,” added President Morales.

Let us remember that on February 6, the governments of Mexico and Uruguay together with the member states of the Caribbean Community ( CARICOM ) presented the Montevideo Mechanism, a four-stage proposal that will foster the necessary conditions to peacefully resolve the Venezuelan situation.


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