Leonid Slutskiy commented on Donald Trump’s decree on freezing all Venezuelan government assets in the US

According to the Chairman of the Committee on International Affairs, the decree of President of the USA Donald Trump on freezing all Venezuelan government assets in the US is "banditry and raiding". "Washington behaves as an extremely unreliable partner who, under far-fetched grounds, is engaged in pure robbery. Such actions are contrary to international law," said Leonid Slutskiy
Chairman of the Committee on International Affairs Leonid Slutskiy
Chairman of the Committee on International Affairs Leonid Slutskiy

“Trump’s decree on freezing all Venezuelan government assets in the US is banditry and raiding. Washington behaves as an extremely unreliable partner who, under far-fetched grounds, is engaged in pure robbery.

Such actions are contrary to international law. The United States continues to intervene in the affairs of a sovereign state by methods of economic terrorism and blackmail, exerting pressure to change the ruling regime in Caracas.

Maduro remains the only legitimate and legally elected president. Any words about a violation of democracy and usurping power in light of concrete steps that worsen the life of the Venezuelans are cynicism and the evidence of the US hegemony,” said Chairman of the Committee on International Affairs Leonid Slutskiy.