Maduro, Daz-Canel and Ortega hold their meeting after US kicked out of summit


Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela reckoned a diplomatic meeting focused on staging unity and criticizing US foreign policy

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Miguel Daz-Canel and Nicolas Maduro at the Alba summit.EFE
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Three revolutions met this Friday in Havana “Set a position in front of a royal vision trying to oust the people of America”come to know Nicolas Maduro The meeting place as you enter the Palace of Revolution. Neither the Bolivarian Chiefs nor the Caudillos Miguel Daz-Canel You Daniel Ortega wanted to cheat someone this time: it was their own counter-peak Reaction to boycott from US summitTo be held in June in Los Angeles.

“We have a summit of integration, of solidarity, of cooperation. Humanitarian summit, our summit,” insisted the host, who had assured in the past hours that he would not attend the summit in the US under any circumstances. Despite the fact that no one had invited him. In recent days, Washington has been looking for some sources Invite the Cuban leader of the second level,

under the umbrella of the Bolivarian Alliance for the People of Our America (ALBA), and with the steadfast support of Bolivia’s President Luis Arce was also presentthree dictators staged a Front Against Joe Biden, despite the fact that all of these lead to more or less rank contact with Washington. “United, no one will be able to silence us! These are not mere slogans, it is a historical necessity,” declared Dazs-Canel, who called on the United States his position as host of “the adoption of interventionist concepts”. accused of taking advantage of ,

“If America is anything democratic, it’s Alba,” Maduro fired for his part, minutes after the US Treasury Department renewed Chevron’s license to maintain only minimal operations. VenezuelaWithout the possibility of extracting and exporting oil, as intended by the Bolivian government and the powerful American oil company.

Biden’s decision is another clear message for Maduro, who is seeking to restart talks in Mexico by vetoing Norway’s presence and enforcing his ally’s involvement, while maintaining his demand for the release of Colombian tycoon Alex Saab. torpedoes. Vladimir Putin,

“It will be the humble people who will carry our flag. Nothing and no one will stop it!” said Maduro, who has argued for several days that the Continental Conference would be a surprise.

Despite the fact that participants in Havana insist that Alba is the main route to “the union and liberation of the peoples of the Americas”, there are other secondary routes. One of them is by the President of Argentina, one of his main allies in the region. Alberto Fernandez, which seems full of obstacles. His government will be campaigning, according to the government agency Talam, holding parallel summits in the city of California, with the support of Anders Manuel Lepez Obradormexican president who has already announced In protest against not attending the official summitAlthough sending his chancellor, Marcelo Ebrard.

The meeting will be convened by the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), which was created in 2011 by Hugo Chávez and Lula da Silva to consolidate leftist continental hegemony and which is now being revived. The ultimate goal would be the involvement of three dictators punished by the US.

“The conference has come close to being postponed by the US government several times. Not only have very important countries in the region expressed serious objections about the issue of invited countries, which is most commonly reported in the press, but they has taken the opportunity to express his criticism of American foreign policy on Latin America,” summarizes internationalist Mariano de Alba for El Mundo.

“For example, Several Caribbean countries have requested guarantees that they can once again get oil from Venezuela, noting that the US is already in talks with the Maduro government. The issue has been so controversial and thorny that Washington wants to focus on business opportunities and public-private partnerships. The region needs to have an effective relationship with Washington”, d’Alba says.

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