Rodríguez: Colombia cannot hide hatred against Venezuelan migrants

The Vice President of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez dismissed the statements of the Colombian Foreign Minister, Marta Lucía Ramírez, who denied that there is xenophobia and a policy of persecution against Venezuelans in Colombia and described as "immoral" the claim of the House of Nariño to hide the hatred they have exacerbated against Venezuelans in this country. She also reiterated that the country will develop all mechanisms to demand justice for crimes against humanity committed against Venezuelan migrants.

"Again @mluciaramirez miente! Esta es la clase de protección que su gobierno brinda a los migrantes venezolanos? Deben responder ante la justicia internacional por la persecución de su gobierno contra los venezol[email protected] His hatred shines through in every reference to Venezuela, "the vice president posted on her Twitter account.

“It is immoral that they try to hide the hatred and aporophobic xenophobia that they have instilled against Venezuelan migrants in Colombia. Venezuela will not rest until justice is done. Crimes against humanity have been committed against the migrant Venezuelan people. Venezuela will win! »

"What Colombia has done is to receive with great solidarity and commitment this protection status for migrants," was the response of the Vice President and Chancellor, Marta Lucía Ramírez, after hearing the statements of the Venezuelan prosecutor, Tarek Saab, in which He denounced that in Colombia there is "a state policy of exterminating a human group, which in this case are Venezuelan migrants."



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