Anton Morozov: US interference in the internal affairs of a sovereign state provokes a civil confrontation in Venezuela

A member of the Committee on International Affairs commented on the negotiations between the President of the United States, Donald Trump, and the self-proclaimed President of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó. The member of the State Duma noted that it is completely incorrect and unacceptable under the international law to incite the people of Venezuela against the incumbent head of state
Member of the Committee on International Affairs Anton Morozov
Member of the Committee on International Affairs Anton Morozov

Negotiations between US President Donald Trump and Venezuelan self-proclaimed president Juan Guaidó are inciting the country’s citizens against the current president, Nicolás Maduro and this is absolutely incorrect and unacceptable under international law, said Anton Morozov Morozov Anton Yurieviсh Morozov
Anton Yurieviсh

“This provokes, of course, civil unrest, upheavals up to the civil war between supporters of the lawfully elected president and the opposition. I believe that it is a shame on the part of the United States to interfere so rough in the internal affairs of Venezuela.”

To “set on the fire” and incite the people of Venezuela against the current head of state is completely incorrect and unacceptable under international law.