NAMIBIAN PRESIDENT JOINS IN CONDEMNATION OF ATTACK ON VENEZUELA’S MADURO

WINDHOEK-- President Hage Geingob of Namibia has joined other world leaders in condemning the callous attack on the leadership, democracy and sovereignty of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

In a letter addressed to Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, Geingob said he learned with dismay of the bomb attack which happened during the commemoration of the 81st Anniversary of the Bolivarian National Guard.

The attempted assassination involved using drones carrying explosives which were detonated at a military event in Caracas which Maduro was addressing on Sunday.

"We join in solidarity with Your Excellency, the government and the people of Venezuela during this tumultuous time and wish for a swift and peaceful investigation, which will bring the perpetrators of this dastardly act of cowardice to justice," Geingob said in the letter.

He said he had no doubt that the will of patriotic Venezuelans, coupled with Maduro?s leadership qualities, would help them overcome this challenge and that the president would continue to lead the people of that country to greater peace, stability and shared prosperity.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK