The PCV believes that the exclusion of Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba from the Summit of the Americas is a new “aggression” by the US and asks the Latin American countries to give more strength to organizations that are specific to the region
The Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV) issued a statement on Tuesday, June 7 in which he rejects the exclusion of Cuba, Nicaragua and our country from the Summit of the Americas by the United States (USA), considering that Washington’s decision “reiterates the interventionist, interventionist and exclusion policy.”
In the letter, the PCV “strongly” condemned this measure because, in its opinion, it represents a new “aggression” and violates the principle of non-intervention in the internal affairs of Venezuela.
The Joe Biden administration ruled out on several occasions, even on the eve of the start of the Summit of the Americas, that it would not invite Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba, considering that in these countries there is no defense in favor of democracy.
Similarly, in the text of the PCV, the Latin American governments are asked to assume a “stance of dignity” and to denounce the Summit of the Americas as “a space of hegemonic control of imperialism that is used for its purposes of regional and world domination.
He also asks that “they do not lend themselves to their games” and help strengthen multilateral organizations such as Celac, Unasur and ALBA, which are typical of Latin America and the Caribbean.
The event, organized by the US, began on Monday June 6 with meetings on the sidelines of the event. It is expected that this Wednesday the 8th will formally begin, since President Joe Biden returns to his country after completing a visit abroad.
On the second day of the Summit of the Americas There was talk, among other things, of a reform by the IDB with which it intends to give greater prominence to the private sector and thus double financing in the region.
On the other hand, the undersecretary of the Department of State for Latin America, Brian A. Nichols, announced that the North American president will hold a telephone conversation with the Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó, considered by Washington and a part of the international community as president in charge of Venezuela and that he was not invited to the meeting; although some members of the interim were expected.