European Council President Donald Tusk broke that silence on Friday, making it clear that Venezuela had been a big topic behind closed doors of the EU-CELAC Latin America summit. Mr. Tusk said he was unhappy that the summit’s final “declaration,” joined by 61 nations, didn't take a firmer stand against human rights violations in Venezuela. “I am not fully satisfied by the language of our declaration, but as you know, the declaration is something like a compromise among more than 60 countries, from the European and Latin American sides,” Mr. Tusk told reporters. “Of course, there is no space for compromise when it comes to human rights,” he said.
European Council President Challenges Venezuela Over Human Rights After Summit
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