RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Venezuelan government has submitted a detailed report to the United Nations Security Council on the damages caused to the South American country by the US and European Union sanctions policy.
The document has already been discussed in a closed session by the World Council.
The session discussed the allegations that the US and its allies' policy against Venezuela is being conducted "with the clear intention of depleting our national resources, reversing our political independence and denying us our inalienable right to self-determination", as the UN ambassador to Venezuela, Samuel Moncada, put it.
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