The Presidential Commissioner for Foreign Affairs, Julio Borges, rejected the expulsion from the Venezuela by Nicolas Maduro’s regime of the European Union Ambassador, Isabel Brilhante.
“This is a new outrage by the dictatorship that reflects its discomfort with the questions that the world’s democracies are asking,” he said through his Twitter account.
Borges said the usurper isolated Venezuela from neighboring countries and major political and trade partners.
“International pressure will be maintained until we achieve the change that the whole country is waiting for,” he said.
Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship expelled the diplomatic representative of the European Union after the political community sanctioned 11 officials who, under the regime’s orders, tried to illegally take control of the legislative body last January.
Countries allied with the Legitimate Government dismissed the anti-democratic action of Nicolas Maduro’s dictatorship against the diplomatic representative of the European Union and called on the international community to end the tyranny in Venezuela.
Rechazamos la injusta expulsión de Isabel Brilhante @EmbajadoraUECCS por parte del régimen. Este es un nuevo atropello de la dictadura que refleja su incomodidad frente a los cuestionamientos que le hacen las democracias del mundo.
— Julio Borges (@JulioBorges) June 30, 2020