Maduro on TIAR: “It was a Puppet’s Meeting” (More Sanctions)

This Tuesday, December 3, president Nicolás Maduro, rejected the meeting of foreign ministers of the member states of the Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance ( TIAR ) held in Bogotá, Colombia, to agree on new actions against the country.

“Today in Bogotá there was a meeting of puppets. The idiot Iván Duque, whom nobody wants, 80% unpopularity, set up a meeting called the TIAR and at this time I can tell you the meeting of the TIAR has failed,” said the Venezuelan president.

He also said that “no one messes with Venezuela,” referring to the members of the meeting aimed at damaging the administration of the Bolivarian Revolution through obsolete measures.

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“It has been a meeting of puppets, clowns, they have not been able to bend Venezuela with the TIAR or without the TIAR, they will not be able tto break Venezuela,” Maduro said in an event in the Military Circle.

On Tuesday during a meeting in Bogotá, Colombia countries that make up the Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance (TIAR) approved a resolution on the Venezuelan situation and destabilization in the region.

Here the more relevant decisions:

1.-The competent authorities are instructed to apply, in accordance with national laws and corresponding international obligations, measures to restrict entry and transit of persons included on the list in the territories of the States Parties to the TIAR.

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2.-The operational network of the TIAR is requested to define, in accordance with national laws, the parameters and conditions for future inclusion of persons and entities on the consolidated list. In addition, evaluate the feasibility of implementing mechanisms for exchanging information with state technical authorities that are not part of the TIAR and that have taken disciplinary measures against the Maduro regime and its environment.

The opposition politician currently fugitive from justice, Julio Borges, commissioner of the National Assembly (AN) in contempt for Foreign Affairs, announced the list of 29 people sanctioned by the TIAR:

  • Nicolás Maduro
  • Cilia Flores
  • Diosdado Cabello
  • Marlene Contreras de Cabello
  • José David Cabello
  • Jorge Arreaza
  • Luis Damiani
  • Slim Arcadio
  • Tarek El Aissami
  • Rafael Franco
  • Alexander Gramcko
  • Gladys Gutierrez
  • Hanover Gherrero
  • Ivan Hernández Dala
  • Tibisay Lucena
  • Carlos Malpica
  • Juan José Mendoza
  • Maikel Moreno
  • Calixto Ortega
  • Vladimir Padrino
  • Manuel Quevedo
  • Delcy Rodriguez
  • Jorge Rodriguez
  • Tarek William Saab
  • Lourdes Suarez
  • Iris Varela
  • Carmen Zuleta de Merchán
  • Raul Gorrín
  • Alex Saab

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Translated by JRE/EF