He reiterated his government rejection of a possible war intervention and any kind of interference in Venezuela, emphasizing that the problems of Venezuela only have to decide on the people.
China will continue supporting Venezuela’s efforts to safeguard national sovereignty, independence and stability, he stressed.
He also ratified the support of the government of President Nicolas Maduro, advocated that the situation there is peacefully resolved and the international community provides the necessary conditions to avoid external interference.
Venezuela is experiencing moments of turmoil since mid-last week as a result of the coup attempt promoted by the United States, to recognize the unconstitutional self-proclamation of Juan Guaido as interim president.
Maduro announced the breaking-off of the diplomatic relations with the United States as a result of that event.
Maduro began his second term on January 10 after being re-elected in May with 67 percent of valid votes in the presidential elections.