Argentina pulls out of Lima group as actions against Venezuela “lead”

(CNN Espasol) – Argentina formalized its withdrawal from the Lima group on Wednesday. The foreign ministry said in a statement that the move, which was promoted internationally, was “trying to isolate the Venezuelan government and its representatives.”

Argentina has stated that its participation as a member of one of the departments of the Venezuelan opposition has led the Argentine government to adopt the position of “can’t come, can’t come with”.

“We reiterate that the best way to help Venezuela is to facilitate an inclusive dialogue that is not in favor of any particular sector, but we support elections that are accepted by the majority with international control,” they said.

The foreign ministry says sanctions and blockades by Venezuelan authorities and the “instability efforts in 2020” have worsened the situation of the population, especially in the most vulnerable sectors.

The government of President Alberto Fernandez is strengthening its position through dialogue while rejecting the Lima ensemble’s recognition of political actors such as opposition leader Juan Guide in the Venezuelan crisis. The Argentine Foreign Ministry statement did not mention the complaints or other reasons of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights amid the situation in Venezuela.

Eliza Trotta Camus, Argentina’s envoy to Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guide, has expressed regret over the decision of President Alberto Fernandez’s government. In a series of tweets, he described the camp as “essential to condemn human rights abuses in Venezuela” and said it was working on “the only real solution” to restoring democracy in the country.

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Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Guyana, Haiti, Saint Lucia, Bolivia, Barbados, USA, Grenada and Jamaica. Since then, it has allowed the Maduro government politically and economically and wants to transfer power to the former deputies who formed the National Assembly, which ended its term in January 2021.

Eliza Trotta Camus, Argentina’s envoy to Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guide, has expressed regret over the decision of President Alberto Fernandez’s government. In a series of tweets, he described the camp as “essential to condemn human rights abuses in Venezuela” and said it was working on “the only real solution” to restoring democracy in the country.

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