The president of the ruling National Constituent Assembly (ANC) of Venezuela, Diosdado Cabello, said today that he "slips" what the European Union (EU) says about his country and asked the bloc to worry about solving the problems that exist in Europe.
"It really slips us, we do not care about anything the EU says," Cabello told reporters after being asked about the possibility that the European community does not recognize the new mandate of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, who It will start next January 10th.
Speaking to reporters and after participating in the elections of councilors held today in Venezuela, the number two Chavismo said that since 2013 when Maduro was elected president for a first term, the EU has "attacked" the so-called revolution Bolivarian
"And the EU that is left with its problems, there are enough problems in Europe, but a lot of problems and it seems that every day there will be more problems in Europe so that they are worrying about what is happening here in Venezuela; the problems that happen there, "he continued.
EU foreign ministers will address tomorrow the creation of a contact group to support political dialogue in Venezuela, and according to community sources, the Council will try to maintain a unified position in front of the second term of the Venezuelan president.
The EU considered last May that the early presidential elections that were held in Venezuela during that month lacked "credibility".
In the meeting tomorrow, the ministers will also express their concern about the situation of Venezuelans who are emigrating to neighboring countries, which is why the EU recently approved a new aid of 20 million euros to respond to the most urgent needs in the host communities.