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Regarding the Portuguese government's decision not to recognise the National Constituent Assembly of Venezuela

 Regarding the Portuguese government's decision not to recognise the National Constituent Assembly of Venezuela

Regarding the Portuguese government's decision not to recognise the National Constituent Assembly of Venezuela, at the request of several media, the PCP clarifies:

The decision of the Portuguese government, following the stand of the European Union, of not recognizing the National Constituent Assembly of Venezuela is contrary to the interests of the Portuguese community in that country and to the necessary re-establishment of the conditions of political stability.

As the PCP has already had occasion to affirm, the security of the Portuguese community living in Venezuela implies condemnation of the destabilizing, terrorist and putschist actions.

It is this attitude of respect for the sovereignty of Venezuela and its constitutional order, and not contributing to promote acts of interference that, without concealing, the US administration and the European Union itself continue, which will contribute, respecting the sovereignty of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, to ensure the normalization of the situation in that country.

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