The world continues to raise its voice, activating solidarity with Special Envoy Alex Saab, who was kidnapped for the second time by the United States (U.S.), so human rights organizations will take to the streets of New York and Miami to demand the immediate release of the diplomat.

In Miami, the call for concentration is at the Torch of Friendship, in front of Bayside Biscayne, where the members of the Bolivarian Circle “Negra Hipolita” who live in the U.S. city gathered in order to reject all the illegal actions that have been taken since June 12, 2020 against the Venezuelan ambassador.

Since the illegal transfer of Saab to the U.S., last October 16, the signs of repudiation to the U.S. government have intensified and New York hosts the peaceful protests of hundreds of citizens and human rights activists, who demand freedom and justice in the process.

Therefore, human rights organizations took to the streets with banners and posters; demanding the immediate release of the also member of the Venezuelan governmental delegation at the dialogue table in Mexico.

It should be recalled that last Friday, members of the U.S. grassroots organization Code Pink gathered outside the headquarters of the U.S. Department of Justice to demand Saab’s release.

It is important to highlight that both the Venezuelan government and regional political and social organizations have condemned the kidnapping of Alex Saab, who has been held hostage since June 2020.

The kidnapping has been qualified as a procedure totally contrary to International Law and in violation of the Vienna Convention regarding diplomatic relations.