In response to a new American report, Caracas calls on Washington to play with its own problems

Brazil 6 people rescued from an island thanks to a message in a bottle dumped in the sea  Italian navy rescue teams have rescued 6 people who spent 17 days on a desert island in Brazil, thanks to a message found by fishermen in a floating bottle.  In the details, the ship, with 6 people on board, left the Brazilian city of Santarin on March 24, heading to the city of Chaves, which is located at the mouth of the Amazon off the east coast of South America, on a journey that is supposed to take ten days.  But on the third day, the ship lost contact with the ocean, and relatives of the six sailors informed the Brazilian Navy of their disappearance, according to the Brazilian website.  As it turned out, the ship was subjected to a severe storm and caught fire, which caused the destruction of most of its parts, but the crew managed to swim to an uninhabited island and drag the rest of the ship to shore, according to the same source.  The crew spent two weeks on the uninhabited island in the hope of survival, and when their ways closed, they desperately threw a message in a bottle at sea, indicating their location and contact details for their relatives.  The fishermen who found the message informed representatives of the Italian Navy in the aforementioned area, which immediately sent a helicopter to the island, and was able to rescue the 6 people and take them to safety.  Source: "Sputnik" In response to a new American report, Caracas calls on Washington to play with its own problems  The Venezuelan Foreign Ministry has stated that the US authorities should resolve their domestic human rights issues, rather than publish reports on the situation in this field in other countries.  “While the United States provides a unilateral assessment of the observance of political rights in Venezuela, the United States Congress has been unable to ensure the extension of important safeguards for its African-American population, and has allowed the adoption of no fewer than 420 bills restricting access to Voting in 49 states.  The ministry also indicated that the US authorities have not yet resolved the issue of police violence, and have not yet closed the Guantanamo Bay detention center. "This country with the largest prison population... among them a disproportionate number of African and Hispanic prisoners serving their sentences in overcrowded prisons... should focus on its own crisis in the prison system," she added.  Caracas also expressed its belief that US reports on the situation in the field of human rights in other countries are "unreliable" and lack the high value of experts.  And the US State Department previously published a new report in which it announced that there are hundreds of political prisoners in Venezuelan prisons, some of whom suffer from serious health problems.  Source: TASS

The Venezuelan Foreign Ministry has stated that the US authorities should resolve their domestic human rights issues, rather than publish reports on the situation in this field in other countries.

“While the United States provides a unilateral assessment of the observance of political rights in Venezuela, the United States Congress has been unable to ensure the extension of important safeguards for its African-American population, and has allowed the adoption of no fewer than 420 bills restricting access to Voting in 49 states.

The ministry also indicated that the US authorities have not yet resolved the issue of police violence, and have not yet closed the Guantanamo Bay detention center. "This country with the largest prison population... among them a disproportionate number of African and Hispanic prisoners serving their sentences in overcrowded prisons... should focus on its own crisis in the prison system," she added.

Caracas also expressed its belief that US reports on the situation in the field of human rights in other countries are "unreliable" and lack the high value of experts.

And the US State Department previously published a new report in which it announced that there are hundreds of political prisoners in Venezuelan prisons, some of whom suffer from serious health problems.

Source: TASS

Brazil 6 people rescued from an island thanks to a message in a bottle dumped in the sea

Italian navy rescue teams have rescued 6 people who spent 17 days on a desert island in Brazil, thanks to a message found by fishermen in a floating bottle.

In the details, the ship, with 6 people on board, left the Brazilian city of Santarin on March 24, heading to the city of Chaves, which is located at the mouth of the Amazon off the east coast of South America, on a journey that is supposed to take ten days.

But on the third day, the ship lost contact with the ocean, and relatives of the six sailors informed the Brazilian Navy of their disappearance, according to the Brazilian website.

As it turned out, the ship was subjected to a severe storm and caught fire, which caused the destruction of most of its parts, but the crew managed to swim to an uninhabited island and drag the rest of the ship to shore, according to the same source.

The crew spent two weeks on the uninhabited island in the hope of survival, and when their ways closed, they desperately threw a message in a bottle at sea, indicating their location and contact details for their relatives.

The fishermen who found the message informed representatives of the Italian Navy in the aforementioned area, which immediately sent a helicopter to the island, and was able to rescue the 6 people and take them to safety.

Source: "Sputnik"

Previous Post Next Post