Highlights the positions and goals of the Lima Group regarding the crisis in Bolivarian Venezuela.
譴責委內瑞拉民主秩序的崩潰Their condemnation of the breakdown of democratic order in Venezuela.
基於制憲大會的非法本質，利馬集團決定不承認制憲大會及其作為。，Their decision not to recognize the National Constituent Assembly, nor the acts emanating from it, due to its illegitimate nature.
'利馬集團完全支持民主選出的全國代表大會。Their full support and solidarity with the National Assembly, democratically elected.
根據憲法的合法行動需要來自Legal acts that according to the Constitution require authorization from the National Assembly, will only be recognized when said Assembly has approved them.
Their energetic rejection of violence and any option that involves the use of force.
Their support and solidarity with the Attorney General and the members of the Public Ministry of Venezuela and demand the application of the precautionary measures issued by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.
Their condemnation of the systematic violation of human rights and fundamental freedoms, of violence, repression and political persecution, the existence of political prisoners and the lack of free elections under independent international observation.
That Venezuela does not comply with the requirements or obligations of the members of the Human Rights Council of the United Nations.
Their serious concern about the humanitarian crisis facing the country and his condemnation of the government for not allowing the entry of food and medicine in support of the Venezuelan people.
Their decision to continue the application of the Inter-American Democratic Charter to Venezuela.
Their decision not to support any Venezuelan candidacy in regional and international mechanisms and organizations.
Their call to stop the transfer of arms to Venezuela in light of articles 6 and 7 of the Arms Trade Treaty.
That, taking into account the current conditions, they will request the Pro Tempore Presidency of CELAC and the European Union, the postponement of the CELAC-EU Summit scheduled for October 2017.
Their commitment to keep track of the situation in Venezuela, at the level of Foreign Ministers, until the full restoration of democracy in that country, and to meet no later than the next session of the General Assembly of the United Nations, an opportunity in which may be added other countries.
Their willingness to urgently support, within the framework of respect for Venezuelan sovereignty, any effort of credible negotiation and good faith, which has the consensus of the parties and is aimed at peacefully achieving the restoration of democracy in the country.