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The special representative before the Organization of American States (OAS), for Venezuela. Gustavo Tarre Briceño, said Monday that the adoption of the resolution of the Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance (Tiar), is “an expression of continental solidarity.”
Through his account on the social network Twitter, he stressed that the members of the Tiare know the responsibility they have to protect the Venezuelan people, who are currently victims of one of the most aggressive crises in which a country in the hemisphere has passed.
Gustavo Tarre Briceño
Today we invoke the TIAR, as an expression of continental solidarity. Members recognize the responsibility of the entire hemisphere to protect the Venezuelan people.Thanks to the 16 countries that supported us in this step and to all our allies in the hemisphere and the world.
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7:40 pm – Sep 23 2019
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Tarre Briceño, thanked the 16 countries that voted in favor of the resolution of the Tiar on Venezuela, because thanks to them such measures could be approved.
In that sense he thanked all the allies that Venezuela has both in the region and in the world.
Many countries have made the efforts that they have been able from their spaces to combat the crisis that afflicts Venezuela because of the bad policies used by the regime for more than 20 years.
This Monday, as many political leaders from both Venezuela and other countries have described it, the approval that was produced is one of the most important and transcendental steps in terms of the pressure exerted so that the regime led by Nicolás Maduro finally abandons the power.
It is the countries of the region that are most affected, because the massive migration of Venezuelans in search of better outward quality and opportunities has fallen mainly on them, especially Colombia, Peru and Ecuador.
According to migration Colombia more than one million four hundred Venezuelans fled to the neighboring country in search of better living conditions.