Chavez in N.Y.:We must end all wars and invasions. Heads of state and government should fight together for peace


Presidential Press (23.09.09) New York. President Hugo Chávez hoped that the speeches delivered at the 64th Assembly of the United Nations Organization (UNO) emergence of genuine agreement of the heads of State and Government to jointly fight for peace.

The remarks were made Venezuelan President minutes before the installation of the 64th National Assembly of the UN to a large group of media representatives who showed up to provide cover for their presence.

“I had three years without coming. I think there’s a new wave. Hopefully we can agree to fight together for peace, to be run out of wars, coups, invasions, bombs, and we begin to produce more food, medicines for health and welfare of all. ”

When asked about the violence that exists in Honduras, the Venezuelan president, Hugo Chávez, said that “Zelaya is a brave man. UN must act now to be installed in the new government and reactionary era ends of the coups.

Rio Group is opposed to de facto government of Honduras

He also offered his statements Chancellor Honduras, Country Rhodes, where he said that multilateral agencies have supported the presence of President Zelaya in Honduras territory to continue his mandate.

It is still in contention for the coup regime cease its aggression against the people has Honduran fervently fighting to protect the physical and moral integrity, and the investiture of the office of President Manuel Zelaya.

In this regard reported that the Rio Group came out strongly, led by President Felipe Calderón, against the de facto regime of Roberto Micheletti, to protect the life of the president of Honduras, the Central American people, to comply with the inviolability of the embassy of Brazil, and a reversal of the coup and restore President Manuel Zelaya.

Like Chavez, he emphasized that the United Nations Organization should speak out against this situation because it is fighting not only for democracy in Honduras, but for democracy for all peoples.

For his part, President of the Dominican Republic, Leonel Fernández said that the Honduran president’s presence in his country will contribute to the pressure being exerted for the de facto government of Roberto Micheletti, give up her attitude, restore the constitutional order Central American country and completing the period of government of Manuel Zelaya.

“That’s what the world expects and all that Latin America is not expected to go to reverse the democratic trend of the past 30 years,” he said.

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