Jorge Arreaza, announced that the publication made via social networks by the Secretary of State of the United States (USA), Mike Pompeo, is a confession of actions they are executing against Venezuela and will be added as evidence to the file introduced in the International Criminal Court (ICC).
The information was released through his Twitter account @jaarreaza, in which he stressed that these actions “will not distort the will of the Venezuelan people.”
Sus acciones y sanciones son criminales @SecPompeo. Hagan lo que hagan no torcerán la voluntad del pueblo venezolano. Ninguno de sus planes ha funcionado con Venezuela, ni funcionará. Gracias por sus confesiones y elementos de prueba para llevarlos a la Corte Penal Internacional https://t.co/uSFJ9HQ4vC
— Jorge Arreaza M (@jaarreaza) June 18, 2020
Arreaza published the tweet after the Secretary of State of the North American nation disclosed on his social network Twitter @SecPompeo that the coercive and unilateral measures executed by the White House against the people of Venezuela are aimed at sabotaging the oil-for-food exchange scheme , which is being carried out by the Bolivarian Government to confront the economic war and the pandemic.
Earlier, the Head of the Venezuelan Diplomacy said in another trill that Washington continues to promote a siege against Venezuela, which claims that we cannot export oil so that the Venezuelan people are left without food, medicine, gasoline, for which he called on the multilateral system The United Nations Organization (UN) must react, “we will take this case to the International Criminal Court.”
In February 2020, the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela denounced before the International Criminal Court (ICC) the unilateral coercive measures imposed by the United States (USA) that it has been executing against the country since 2014.