Posted On 28 Jul 2017
Ecuadorian Foreign Minister María Fernanda Espinosa insisted today that her country will accompany “every process of dialogue” in Venezuela, which has been undergoing a wave of protests since April, some of which have become violent and have resulted in 102 deaths and more than one thousand detainees.
The head of Ecuadorian diplomacy stressed in an interview broadcast by the Teleamazonas chain that the Constitution of her country speaks of non-interference in internal affairs of other states and respect for sovereignty.
“Obviously there is a complex situation in Venezuela. Ecuador has indicated that it will accompany any process of dialogue,” said Espinosa. (I)