Venezuela Condemns Israeli 'Crimes' in Gaza

The Venezuelan government voiced its solidarity with the Palestinian people following the atrocities seen in Gaza this past weekend, in which Israeli forces killed at least 18 demonstrators.

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Israeli occupation forces fire on Palestinian protesters at the Gaza border
Israeli occupation forces fire on Palestinian protesters at the Gaza border. (AP)
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BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF VENEZUELA

PRESS RELEASE

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, in the name of the Venezuelan people and government, energetically rejects and condemns the unjustified acts of violence and crimes committed by the occupation forces of the Israeli State against the heroic Palestinian people during the commemoration of Land Day in Gaza, where more than ten people died and more than 1400 were wounded.

The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, consistent in its support of the Palestinian cause and its just call for its existence and sovereignty, expresses solidarity with the Palestinian people and government, as well as with the families of the victims and wishes a quick recovery of those who were wounded and injured.

The government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela reaffirms its unrestricted commitment to the sister people of Palestine and to their cause to win their inalienable right to the territory which has historically belonged to them, and to their struggle for full independence and sovereignty.

Caracas, 31 March 2018

Translated by Paul Dobson for Venezuelanalysis.com.