Venezuela rejected cyberspace militarization by US
Venezuelan ambassador to the United Nations (UN), Samuel Moncada, rejected cyberspace militarization in Venezuela, as well as the use of Information Technology and Telecommunications to promote coups in the world, especially in Venezuela.
During his participation in the General Debate of the First Committee of the General Assembly alerted the international community about the increase in the United States (USA) budget for modernization of arsenals of nuclear weapons and its withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Action Pact with Iran (PAIC), “Venezuela rejects the militaristic approach to space and the application of national security doctrines that pose it as a scene of war, “he said.
“We reject cyberspace militarization , as well as the use of Information Technology and Telecommunications to promote coups d’état, to attack vital infrastructure of countries or to subvert their constitutional or political order,” he said.
He expressed his concern about the use of lethal autonomous weapons systems, including unmanned aerial vehicles, being used in our country against the President of the Republic attempting against his life “Nations must assume the commitment to the total elimination of nuclear weapons and calls for compliance with the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, ”he said.