Venezuela Withdraws Its Ambassador from Egypt

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro announced today that he would withdraw the country's ambassador from Egypt because of the conflict there and confrontations between supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and the defacto government, which has seen over 700 people killed.

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President Nicolas Maduro withdraw Venezuela's ambassador from Egypt (AVN/archive)
President Nicolas Maduro withdraw Venezuela's ambassador from Egypt (AVN/archive)
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"We have witnessed a blood bath in Egypt...We warned that the coup against Morsi was unconstitutional. Morsi was kidnapped and the responsible party for what is occuring in Egypt is the empire, which has its hands in it," said the head of state.

He assured that, "The United States doesn't have friends, it has interests, and what it wants is to control the planet".

Maduro reiterated that, "We are against a blood bath in Egypt, it is a set-back that is going to cost a lot to our brothers, the Arabic people".

He called on the Venezuelan people to be alert. "We can't allow the hands of imperialism to enter Venezuela, we have to be the guarantee of independence," he stressed.

The original article has been abridged. Translation by Tamara Pearson for Venezuelanalysis.com

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