In the unconventional War against Venezuela, Venezuela government had 2 important achievements at the dialogue table with the extremist political oppositions of Venezuela in Mexico. Two “early agreements” were signed in Mexico on the defense of the Essequibo and the recovery of kidnapped assets.
The first partial agreement, established in the Memorandum of Understanding signed by both parties, indicates that both the opposition parties and the Bolivarian Government ratify the right to the Essequibo territory, “and highlights that the 1966 Geneva Agreement is the only instrument that Venezuelans we recognize to settle bilaterally and amicably the border disputes with the Cooperative Republic of Guyana ”, he explained.
“All members signed this early agreement on the inalienable right of Venezuela to the Essequibo territory, the rejection of the arbitration award that was dismantled with the Geneva Agreement (1966), and the claims of Guyana to take the case to instances that we do not recognize” , summarized.
Regarding the second document signed in Mexico, them said that it is also contemplated in the clauses of the Memorandum of Understanding. “Mainly it is about the need for Venezuela to recover the assets, the money that is deposited in accounts abroad that belong to Venezuelans and is quickly used,” he explained.
These resources, whether they come from foreign bank accounts, assets seized in other instances, and the money that Venezuela has by right to resort to within the figures of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for the so-called “post-pandemic economic recovery”, will be destined to acquire vaccines, medicines, supplies, equipment for hospitals, food programs and social protection of the Venezuelan people.
“With the resources that belong to all Venezuelans,” Rodríguez remarked to journalists, recalling that the resources blocked, kidnapped and assets such as Monómeros and the gold of the Central Bank of Venezuela abroad have openly tried to be stolen. , illegal, criminal by international looters.
The Head of the Delegation of the Bolivarian Government at the dialogue table with the political opposition of Venezuela in Mexico, Jorge Rodríguez, announced the unanimous signing of 2 “early agreements” in the talks held under the auspices of the Kingdom of Norway, to the ratification of the right to the Essequibo territory and the rescue of the economic resources seized abroad for the social protection of the people.
“They are signed by Jorge Rodríguez, by the Bolivarian Government, and Gerardo Blyde, by the Unitary Platform and the signature of all the members of both delegations,” he said, showing the documents to journalists covering the incidents in Mexico City.