Venezuela hinted at U.S. involvement in assassination of Haiti’s president

To understand who is behind the assassination of President Jovenel Moise of Haiti, you do not need to be a fortune teller. This statement was made by Diosdado Cabello, former head of the National Constituent Assembly of Venezuela and first vice president of the ruling United Socialist Party of Venezuela, on Thursday, July 8.

According to Cabello, it takes 20 years to find the culprits in such cases, but in this case the U.S. is responsible.

“You don’t have to be a fortune teller to understand who is behind it. The elementary logic of the events that took place on this continent and in this world was that one country stands behind the scenes as the main hero, everything else is an attempt to confuse,” Version Final quotes Cabello.

In addition, the politician expressed solidarity with the people of Haiti. He added that Venezuela is ready to give a helping hand.

Earlier Thursday, State Department spokesman Ned Price said the United States strongly denies its involvement in the assassination of the president of the island nation. He added that Washington is calling on Haitian authorities to bring the perpetrators of the crime to justice.

In addition, U.S. leader Joe Biden said that the U.S. condemns the murder of Moise and is ready to assist the island nation in maintaining security.

Haitian President Jovenel Moise, who had led the state since 2017, was fatally wounded during an attack by unknown assailants on his residence on the night of July 7. After that, Prime Minister Claude Joseph announced the authorities’ decision to impose martial law on the territory of the republic.