Venezuela’s Supreme court called the US reward for Maduro’s arrest barbaric

The Supreme Court of justice of Venezuela (TSJ) rejected US charges against the country’s President and some high-ranking officials in the drug trade and called the announcement of a reward for helping to arrest them an extreme degree of barbarism.

“A country that is called a power with a veto in the UN Security Council, which has all the necessary channels and treaties for bilateral judicial issues, shows an extreme degree of barbarity by publicly offering cooperation with the justice system, which is the Prosecutor General’s office,” said a statement posted on Facebook by TSJ Chairman Maikel Moreno.

The US Department of Justice has released charges against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and the country’s leadership, claiming that they are involved in drug trafficking, for Maduro, the US authorities announced a reward of $ 15 million, for the rest of the country’s leadership, specified in the charge, 10 million.

“The incredible actions taken by the government of the United States through the Attorney General’s office in the form of the charges against Mr. William Barr are not supported by any evidence,” the court said in a statement.

Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
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