BRUSSELS | The head of european diplomacy Josep Borrell on Tuesday condemned the expulsion of the EU’s ambassador to Venezuela, and announced measures to “reciprocity”.
“We condemn and we reject the expulsion of our ambassador in Caracas and we will take the measures of reciprocity”, he announced in a message on his Twitter account.
“Only a negotiated solution between the Venezuelans will enable the country emerge from its deep crisis”, added the head of european diplomacy.
President Nicolas Maduro on Monday gave 72 hours to the head of the delegation of the european Union in Caracas, to leave Venezuela, in response to the sanctions adopted on the same day by the EU against eleven officials of venezuela.
The EU has sanctioned eleven responsible venezuelans involved in actions against the opposition to the government of Nicolas Maduro, which Luis Parra, who tried to substitute in may to Juan Guaido to the presidency of the Parliament.
Juan Guaido is recognized as acting president of Venezuela by around fifty countries.