A.- The Chancellor of the Republic, Jorge Arreaza, reported last Friday the attempted coup d'état perpetrated by the opposition, sponsored by the US Administration, against the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro.
In an interview with the United States program Democracy now, noted that "Latin America is like a company, where (President of the United States, Donald) Trump is the CEO and the Latin American presidents are business men, and they are all following US orders to overthrow the president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maturo. "
Likewise, he considered that the ignorance of some countries and the Venezuelan opposition of the inauguration of the Presidency of Venezuela by Maduro on January 10 is a plan orchestrated by the US government. HispanTV.
"This is part of a coup that will not happen, because in Venezuela both the people and the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (Fanb) and the democratic institutions are clearly aligned and subordinated to the Constitution," the Venezuelan Foreign Minister said.
On the other hand, the American Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, was condemned, to put pressure on other countries to take an aberrant political position against Venezuela.
"We can see it in the Organization of American States (OAS), where in the last vote several Caribbean countries have been subjected to great economic pressure to ignore the Venezuelan government," said the senior diplomat.
In the same way, He assured that many things would be resolved if both countries had met. He said that perhaps the United States would understand the need to respect the democracies that "are different in Latin America from the American model", adding that "one day the United States will respect the democracy of Latin America".