The Ambassador to the Organization of American States (OAS), Gustavo Tarre, highlighted the work that the Legitimate Government and the National Assembly have done to ensure respect for human rights in Venezuela.
“The most important part that we are doing in the OAS has to do with human rights,” he said during his participation in the presentation made by the Presidential Commission for Human Rights and Attention to Victims of the various reports of human rights violations in Venezuela, which were delivered to President in Charge Juan Guaidó.
The ambassador assured that the effort that has been made to ensure that the rights of Venezuelans are respected will not only mark a milestone in the history of the country, but also the beginning of the guarantees for a prosperous and democratic future.
On the other hand, he recognized the value and role the defenders of human rights and particularly of all the victims of the dictatorship and their families, who have denounced their aggressors and continue to stand despite the abuse of power and the violation of their integrity.
Finally, Tarre thanked the aforementioned commission for the hard work carried out in the area of human rights and addressed a few words of appreciation to Commissioner Humberto Prado and remarked that the relationship that exists with the UN, OAS, IACHR, CPI, among other international organizations, is framed in the search for justice and the preservation of human rights.