France Denies Meddling in Venezuelan Internal Affairs

Paris indicated that the presence of its ambassador, Romain Nadal, at the Maiquetía airport, along with other diplomatic representatives, on Tuesday, February 11, sought to “avoid violence and promote the political solution that France supports in Venezuela.”

France rejected the accusations of the Venezuelan government of meddling in the internal affairs of the country, after its ambassador went last week to receive deputy Guaido at the airport.

France rejects the accusations launched by the Venezuelan authorities against the French ambassador in Venezuela, said a spokesman for the French Foreign Ministry, who recalled that the diplomatic representative in the country was summoned by the Venezuelan Foreign Ministry, according to information broadcasted by Venezuelan radio network “Union Radio”.

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Paris indicated that the presence of its ambassador, Romain Nadal, at the Maiquetía airport, along with other diplomatic representatives, on Tuesday, February 11, sought to “avoid violence and promote the political solution that France supports in Venezuela.”

The vice minister for Europe of the Venezuelan Foreign Ministry, Yván Gil, delivered a protest letter to Nadal to protest a clear strategy of provocation, interference and meddling in Venezuelan internal affairs.

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