April 7, 2019
Last Updated on 07 April 2019 at 20:56
Juan Guaido, a provisional president of Venezuela, sent a message of support to the people of Zulia, in connection with the repression they were living on Saturday during the Libertad operation.
"Zuli's residents are suffering unseen tragedy, and my fraternal greetings to all the Zulian people who did not see their fighting spirit were worsened by their unwavering desire to change what is happening on Saturday," said Guaidó.
The interim president stated that he felt his favor and gratitude for the state of Zulia, the place he received when the tragedy of Vargas occurred in 1999.
"Today, Zulia cites the lives of inhumane conditions for neglect, corruption, and the desire to protect only half of them for fear of protest," he said.
# 7Apr .and @jguaido Zulian: I want to tell you today that your courage in these dark times will be rewarded with Freedom, with democracy, with the resurrection of the size of the country of noble people. And I know I'll keep track of you soon. #TVVNoticias pic.twitter.com/3jRYEyvd0E
– TVVenezuela News (@TVVnoticias) April 8, 2019