Kathmandu — Since the United States Government imposed santion on the Venezuelan president’s son Nicolas “Nicolasito” Ernesto Maduro Guerra Maduro Guerra has been making to broaden its alliance globally against the United States.
Boycotted all over the world, Nicolasito” Ernesto Maduro Guerra has established relations with top gun of ruling communist party. With a mission to pursue Nepalese communist leaders to oppose U.S. sanctions and show solidarity with his father’s regime, Nicolás Maduro is now in Nepal, the Spotlight Nepal reported.
It is reported that Nicolas is seeking support for solidarity to fight U.S imperialism.
Arrived Nepal on Saturday, he has already held meeting with NCP spokesperson Narayan Kazi Shrestha, Bam Dev Gautam and former prime minister Jhalnath Khanal. Visiting Nepal under an invitation from NCP’s youth association, they will leave Nepal on Tuesday. and is meeting prominent leaders. Guerra has brought three other ministers with him. He’s staying in Nepal till Tuesday and will be meeting leaders from Nepal Communist Party. Guerra and his team came to Nepal upon invitation from NCP’s youth association.
Although government ministers have already declined to see him, Nicolas is meeting NCP leaders.
Whether the team will meet Prime Minister (PM) KP Sharma Oli and CPN Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has yet to be decided. “They are taking initiative. But whether they will meet the chairman duo has yet to be finalized,” he revealed.
CPN lawmaker in the National Assembly Balaram Baskota said the team including Maduro’s son welcomed the CPN’s electoral victory in Nepal. “They met lawmakers Monday morning,” Baskota, who has visited Venezuela, stated. “They are victim of an imperialist country like America like we are from Indian interventions. It was also seen recently in the episode of pesticide testing.”, Setopati reported.
CPN Chairman Dahal’s press statement on the political developments of Venezuela had created a storm at the start of year.
“Communist Party of Nepal issues this statement in support of the people of Venezuela, the sovereignty of the state and the recognition of democratically elected constitutional President of Nicholas Maduro,” the press statement issued in the name of Chairman Dahal on January 25 read, “Communist Party of Nepal also strongly denounces the US and its allies intervention in the internal affairs of Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela with the intention of increasing the violence by diving the people and challenging democracy, sovereignty and peace.”
In the press release, Dahal accused the US of trying to create chaos and violence in Venezuela by putting inhuman economic sanctions and threatening military intervention. “It’s a serious challenge to the UN Charter and Principle of peaceful co-existence. Therefore, we call the US and other countries to respect the principle of noninterference, national sovereignty and peaceful co-existence.”
It is reported that Maduro relies on his son Nicolasito and others close to his authoritarian regime to maintain a stranglehold on the economy and suppress the people of Venezuela.
Nicolasito, 29, is a member of the National Constituent Assembly, considered “illegitimate” by the United States, and was designated by his father to be director of the Inspectors Corps of the Presidency.
U.S accused Maduro’s regime saying that it was built on fraudulent elections, and his inner circle lives in luxury off the proceeds of corruption while the Venezuelan people suffer.”
This decision freezes all the assets Nicolasito has under United States jurisdiction and bans all US organizations and companies from doing business with him.
Venezuela is going through its worst political tension since last January when Maduro was sworn in for another six-year term as chief executive, which was not accepted by the opposition nor by much of the international community. In response, opposition leader and National Assembly Speaker Juan Guaido proclaimed himself interim president of the nation.
The United States was the first country to recognize Guaido as interim head of state, and was later joined by some 50 other countries, most of them in Latin America.