President: Venezuela owns Monómeros and Guaidó criminally kidnapped her

"Venezuela is the owner of Monómeros and Guaidó criminally kidnapped her," as was denounced by the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, while revealing that Calderón Berti gave evidence of the theft of the Monómeros assets.

«Calderón Berti gave evidence of the theft of the Monómeros assets. The whole of Venezuela has to repudiate all these criminals who stole CITGO and Monómeros from us (…) The whole of Venezuela has to repudiate all these criminals who stole CITGO and Monómeros from us, ”Maduro said.

During the ceremony of the delivery of the Milestone 3 Million 700 thousand of the Great Venezuela Housing Mission, the Dignitary reiterated that Monómeros was kidnapped by Juan Guaidó, «we had it at maximum production level, with Monómeros and Citgo we invested at least half in housing , another part in health ».

"Monómeros broke and now they blame each other, Julio Borges's rat blames the murderer of Leopoldo López," Maduro said.

On the other hand, the Head of State pointed out that the state-owned Citgo guaranteed an important part of oil production and that Citgo also brought gasoline to Venezuela to complement national production.

In this sense. President Maduro accused Donald Trump and Juan Guaidó of "the theft" of the Venezuelan state company CITGO in the United States. «They have bankrupted Citgo and they are going to take Citgo from Venezuela (…) That is why Venezuela must react with indignation and repudiate this band of criminals, thieves and bandits; thats the reality".

 

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