The president of the UN General Assembly, Miguel D’Escoto, will accompany President Manuel Zelaya Rosales upon his return to the Republic of Honduras, on Thursday, July 2.
Venezuelan Ambassador to the OAS, Roy Chaderton, made the announcement in an interview with the Venezuelan State Channel VTV. The diplomat stated that the ambassadors of the OAS are preparing a decisive document condemning the coup d’etat in Honduras.
The Venezuelan ambassador said that the project of the resolution of the OAS maintains a bureaucratic design, “that the ambassadors are confronting; we want to express at least the same level of intensity and commitment expressed by the international mechanisms such as CARICOM (Caribbean Community), UNASUR (Union of South American Nations), and the Rio Group.”
“We (the ambassadors) are strengthening the language and radicalizing the project. We are also including the issue of the media, which are besieged and not informing the public about what is happening,” added the ambassador.
Chaderton emphasized that the role assumed by CNN en Español is alarming, and does not call the event “coup d’etat,” but rather a “forced succession.”
“We want the OAS to drop this bureaucratic language. This organization is beginning to resemble what is happening on the continent. We are in a new era,” concluded the ambassador.
Bolivarian News Agency, Press Unit of the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to the United States / June 30, 2009