International Support for Bolivarian Venezuela in the Streets of Over 150 Cities

February 24, 2019

Protest in Oakland California against U.S. intervention, Photo: Bill Hackwell

As the Venezuelan people and their government were standing strong on their border with Colombia against the latest attempt at intervention by the U.S. yesterday, over 150 cities worldwide protested against a possible war against Venezuela while showing their solidarity with the Maduro government.

The protests were part of a coordinated day of actions that had been set for February 23 to coincide with the one month anniversary of the U.S. backed and orchestrated coup attempt. All major cities in the U.S. had No intervention in Venezuela events

Rallies were also held in Ottawa, Berlin, Rome, and Sydney, among other places. At the same time, the governments of these nations openly support the US-backed opposition in Venezuela. Protests were staged in Asian countries as well, including India and South Korea as well as all over Latin America and the Caribbean.

Source: Resumen Latinoamericano, North America bureau