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Furniture and computers were removed from the Venezuela Embassy in Peru The Exchange | Lima | Events



Venezuelan campaigner Paulina Facchin said diplomatic workers were said to have been in the vicinity of Nicol Maduro's order, having ordered the furniture and computers inside. Embassy of Venezuela at Peru, located on Arequipa Avenue, Cercado de Lima.

A Venezuelan citizen showed her Twitter pictures of a lorry parked outside the main diplomatic office with chairs and computers inside.

However, he explained that the subjects involved in the removal of items they had removed had to be removed before the National Police appeared.

After this, the Venezuelan ambassador in Peru, Carlos Scull, confirmed the information, through Twitter, and considered furniture Embassy of Venezuela in Peru it belongs to Venezuelan state. He then reached the diplomatic headquarters and asked what happened.

Scull was appointed by interim president Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, as a representative of his government in Peru. The Republican President, Martín Vizcarra, Thursday, 21, acquired the diplomat's credentials in an event held at the Government Palace.

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On 26 February, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs Peru, Hugo de Zela, said that Nicolás Maduro diplomats had a 15 day period to leave our country. The date was posted on 22 February.

He paid a message, once that time had passed, that the visa given to his diplomats was missing. The Venezuela Embassy in Peru it will be turned off.

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Diplomatic staff, presumably near the Maduro Maduro system, ordered the furniture and computers at the Venezuelan embassy in Peru to be removed. (Video: Channel N)


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