Venezuela accuses the US in the International Criminal Court, Rick Scott asks for Uncle de Guaidó's freedom and TAP security breaches




The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela asks the ICC to investigate the sanctions of the United States as crimes against humanity, as reported by the Jurist portal.
Venezuela accuses the US in the International Criminal Court, Rick Scott asks for Uncle de Guaidó's freedom and TAP security breaches
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela asks the ICC to investigate the sanctions of the United States as crimes against humanity, as reported by the Jurist portal.
“The ICC is a legal place that can declare guilty individuals and nations under universal human rights laws and is generally used to prosecute war crimes and crimes against humanity,” says Breibart.
It is announced that the conflict between Venezuela and the US would be one of the situations that would be addressed at the Munich Security Conference, together with the classic areas of debate such as Ukraine or the Middle East.
“I believe in the dialogue and I will always tell Trump, even if I am suing him before the CIP (…) the best way to resolve the conflict is by talking,” said Nicolás Maduro.
Maduro also informed that he had asked several governments, such as those in Argentina, Mexico, Panama and Spain, steps to help the dialogue.
“We have proposed and other sectors of national political life have proposed, and NGOs, that the current NA be the one that organizes and chooses the new CNE,” Maduro added.
By government-opposition agreement, the preliminary commission extended by one week the deadline to incorporate civil society to the nominating committee.
The Venezuelan Foreign Ministry issued a statement on “serious violations of aeronautical safety” by TAP of Portugal.
The statement indicates that TAP allowed Juan Guaidó to board the plane with “false identity”, as well as the transport by his uncle of “prohibited materials and substances of an explosive nature”.
Republican Senator Rick Scott condemned the arrest Juan Márquez, uncle of Guaidó, and demanded that he be released.
The Portuguese Ministry of Interior opened an investigation "to determine what happened", after "the statements of the Venezuelan authorities about a security breach in a flight".

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