It would be followers of the self-proclaimed “president in charge”, Juan Guaidó, who deny that access has been forced.The Government of Venezuela denounced that irregular groups entered the headquarters of the Embassy of their country in Brazil.
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza wrote on his Twitter account that the facilities of his country’s diplomatic headquarters in Brasilia was “invaded by force” in the early hours of Wednesday. “We hold the Government of Brazil responsible for the safety of our staff and facilities.”
Likewise, he demanded respect for the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, which enshrines that diplomatic offices cannot be penetrated by agents of the receiving State without permission of the head of the Venezuelan mission.
Previously, the Vice Minister for Europe of Venezuela, Yván Gil, had denounced the fact through social networks and asked the Government of Jair Bolsonaro to give all the guarantees and respect for international agreements.
For its part, the envoy to Brazil of the self-proclaimed “president in charge”, Juan Guaidó, María Teresa Belandria has denied through a statement that the entry was by force.
Brazilians in solidarity with the Venezuelan government after invasion of their embassy