The first vice president of the PSUV, Diosdado Cabello, denounced that in the time that remains for the president of Colombia, Iván Duque, as head of the country, “it could be dangerous for Venezuela.”
The second in command of chavismo, God given hairassured this Wednesday that the United States “shows its weakness” by excluding a group of countries, including Venezuela, from the IX Summit of the Americas.
During the broadcast of his weekly program “Con El Mazo Dando,” Cabello specified that the Joe Biden administration “is afraid to listen” to the voices of countries “not aligned with its international politics.”
“They pettily leave out a group of countries, which shows a great weakness of imperialism, as it is afraid to listen to the voices of countries that are not its lackeys,” he emphasized.
The red leader maintained that “imperialism” appropriates “the natural resources of the peoples (…) and based on the fact that the Summit of the Americas is being held in North American territory, they decide who to invite.”
Likewise, he reiterated that several presidents of the region have expressed their support and have decided not to attend the aforementioned Summit. “By removing the collective character, it is a summit that is reduced only to the group of friends of the US government,” he said.
In the same way, he regretted that some leaders “in their lifelong lukewarmness” give in to pressure from the White House, however, he pointed out that “with everything and that, very good winds are blowing.”
“The United States cornered there with its friends, meanwhile there are elections in the countries,” he stressed.
duke is dangerous
On the other hand, the first vice president of the PSUV, Diosdado Cabello, denounced that in the time that remains for the president of Colombia, Iván Duque, as head of the country, “it could be dangerous for Venezuela.”
“President Duque is very dangerous, he is full of hatred and resentment… and he can invent anything, so let’s be very careful, the eyes of the world are on him if something happens here in Venezuela,” he said.
He recalled alleged complaints about alleged plans to attack police stations, Venezuelan industries and representatives of the government of Nicolás Maduro. “Behind all that is Duque in his last days as president,” he added.