CORONAVIRUS. The race for the vaccine
Delcy Rodríguez, vice president of the Nicolás Maduro regime, assured this Sunday in an interview with Ernesto Villegas that all efforts are being made to bring more security to Venezuela regarding the situation of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Chavista spokeswoman assured that the regime plans to do everything possible to solve this health problem, which, she acknowledged, has affected a large part of the population.
“The Russian vaccine (Sputnik V) could be in circulation throughout the country at the end of this year 2020,” he said.
In the interview he sent a threat this Sunday to those who try to continue insisting on requesting sanctions from the United States government, which, according to what he refers, only seek to interfere in the internal affairs of the nation.
He said that this has deeply damaged the economy of Venezuela, which today does not have the same income as previous years for this reason.
“Those who have asked for sanctions will have their call when it comes to justice in Venezuela, because they have caused tremendous damage to our population, the coercive and unilateral measures are crimes against humanity and that is why we take the United States to court International Criminal Court (ICC). His time will come to the extreme right ”, he stressed.
Rodríguez also indicated that the Anti-Blockade Law is a harmonious right for the economy, for the guarantee of human rights and for the right to self-determination enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations. “This is a law of deep determination and self-sovereignty.”
As for the legislative elections to be held on December 6, he assured that the date will be a “personal revenge.”
“The Venezuelan people will be victorious, we are going to win for the happiness of our people, we are going to recover the National Assembly (AN), on December 6 it will be our personal revenge with much love,” he said.
The Chavista official closed indicated that they will receive local and foreign investments without revealing the origin of those funds, within the framework of the spurious anti-blockade law, to try to circumvent the financial sanctions imposed by the United States.
He noted that investors “did not approach Venezuela for fear of the blockade”, alluding to the numerous sanctions imposed by the United States and other countries on the Executive of Nicolás Maduro, but, he assured, “this law removes the veil of the blockade and offers mechanisms so that (…) they can have a safe development of their investments in the country “.
With information from La Patilla