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Mar 25, 2019

An idea in the form of revelation of deities! – “Each country should reaffirm the importance of defending international law and the United Nations Charter.” It is the foundation of international community in the future!

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An idea in the form of revelation of deities! – “Each country should reaffirm the importance of defending international law and the United Nations Charter.” It is the foundation of international community in the future!
According to tweets below, Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza “made quite major announcement” at the UN headquarters in New York.

He talked about “formation of a group of countries that intend to devote their loyalty and sincerity to defend the UN Charter.”

Something amazing is about to happen! If I’m not mistaken, it will be placed as the foundation of international community in the future that each country should reaffirm the importance of defending international law and the UN Charter, which was put into practice by Cuba, inherited from Cuba by Venezuela and shown to the world by Russia.

According to Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza, they “came up with the idea while talking.” I think that they came up with the idea in the form of revelation of deities.

Venezuela is in the midst of difficulty now but the exit is clearly seen. I feel that the country is moving toward light.

March 19, 2019
Masatoshi Takeshita


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Venezuela’s foreign minister on ‘failed’ coup and the new Non-Aligned 
Movement


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Note: The following tweets were translated excerpts from the video above, and we've back-translated them to English. For accurate information, please watch the original video. 


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Anya Parapir: Here’s inside Venezuela’s foreign ministry. There is a room where the legacy of U.S. invasion in Latin America looms large. The room is dedicated to the memory of Salvador Allende. 
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Anya Parapir: Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza, thank you for taking time for me today. You’ve just returned from the United Nations in New York. You made quite major announcement.
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Anya Parapir: My statement is about forming a group of countries that will be dedicated to preserving the rights guaranteed in the UN Charter. How will a group function? Why is reemphasis of these principles needed at this time? 
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Jorge Arreaza: It’s really important to the group because it is not about defensing President Maduro or even Venezuela. It is about defending international law and the principles of the United Nations Charter.
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Jorge Arreaza: That’s because the UN Charter all the countries signed and subscribed have to be respected. You cannot be a member of the United Nations if you don’t respect the most basic principles of the United Nations. So it wasn’t an initiative from Venezuela.
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Jorge Arreaza: This was a suggestion from our friends. When I arrived on Monday, I attended the reception for the 40th Anniversary of Islamic Revolution. Several PR ambassadors got together and they came up with the idea. 
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Jorge Arreaza: I said we agree it’s necessary.
Hearing the idea, I immediately thought: “It’s wonderful.” I thought that it was what the world needs now.
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Jorge Arreaza: One of them said: “If we let this happen to Venezuela, who is next? So we can’t let that happen.”
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Jorge Arreaza: It’s still being created and some other countries are joining. But it is important to make the group bigger.
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Jorge Arreaza: China, Russia, Iran and Venezuela and many other countries are beginning to join us; Many from Africa, many from Asia, some from Latin America and Caribbean.
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Jorge Arreaza: The most important thing is that it’s like non-aligned movement when it was created. But it was eroded.
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Jorge Arreaza: We have to readapt the movement to the 21st century.

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