Posted: Tuesday, March 24, 2015. 11:46 am CST.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015. GWEN NUNEZ GONZALEZ Reporting: The Belizean Organization for Solidarity with The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela held a brief ceremony on Saturday, March 21st, 2015, to create awareness of what they call unfair treatment of the United States of America towards Venezuela.
In his address His Excellency Yoel Pérez Marcano, Ambassador of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Belize, gave a historical synapsis of the Venezuelan Revolution and denounced the actions by the United States Government to impose hostile actions against Venezuelan people and their democracy.
Other speakers were Mrs. Zita Muschamp,President of Belize Organization for National Development and President of Bel-VenOrganization; Mayor Francis Humphreys of the Dangriga Town Council; Mr. Ron Wilkins, Representative of the Belize Commission; Ms. Pambana Bassett, Representative of Bel-Ven Organization and the Main Speaker was Mr. Cesar Ross, Chairman of Bel-Ven Organization.
All the speakers expressed their solidarity with the Venezuelan Government and People for bringing hope to the hopeless and striving to eliminate poverty.
In his letter to the people of the United States of America that was issued during the activity, President NicolásMaduro Moros of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, stated that they demand the following: “President Obama abolish the Executive Order that declares Venezuela a threat to U.S. national security as it has been requested by the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), The U.S. Government retracts its libelous and defamatory statements and actions against the honourable Venezuelan officials who have just obeyed our laws and our constitution.”
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