He assures that the current “Latin America in dispute” will be resolved in favor of the “progressive current.”
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has revealed that in recent years he has maintained “multiple” forms of communication with the United States, while insisting that he is willing to meet with his counterpart, Donald Trump, to establish “a relationship of respect “between both countries.
“We have had during the years 2017, 18 and 19 multiple ways of communicating with the United States Government, some known and others not yet known, because I am a man of dialogue,” he said in an interview granted to the Spanish journalist Ignacio Ramonet who has spread the official press.
The tenant of the Miraflores Palace has defended that “the affairs of the north, of that super power called the United States (…), must be treated with diplomacy, with politics and with capacity for dialogue”.
“I have said it to the Government of Donald Trump and I have done it: whenever, wherever and however we are ready for dialogue with respect, with height, with dignity, to address bilateral issues and establish new bases of relationship,” he said. reiterated.
Maduro has also assured that he will keep the hand extended to “anyone who is ruling in the United States”, pointing to the presidential elections that the North American country will hold at the end of the year.
“Hopefully, sooner rather than later, the conscience of the elites of the United States will open up (and realize that) the only positive relationship with Latin America and the Caribbean has to be respect, cooperation and permanent dialogue,” he said. trusted.
Maduro has accused the current Donald Trump Administration of reviving the Monroe Doctrine to “impose elites subordinated to their interests to govern and impose their model” in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The result, he said, is “a Latin America in dispute throughout the region and country by country,” mentioning the protests that have swept the American subcontinent in recent months.
Specifically, he referred to the “coup d’etat” in Bolivia that ended Evo Morales outside the Burned Palace and refugee in Argentina. For Maduro, the Andean nation is a “bomb” that will end up exploding to “restore the process of change.” “The coup forces cannot stop that force,” he has predicted.
The ‘Chavista’ leader has framed the protests in Latin America in a “second cycle” of “global questioning” of neoliberalism that focuses on two “elements of criticism,” the concentration of wealth and climate change.
Maduro recalled that the region already lived a first cycle in the 90s that “resulted in the emergence of a revolutionary revolutionary current that ruled almost every country on the continent headed by Commander Hugo Chavez.”
The Venezuelan president has predicted that “the project of (Simón) Bolívar and the liberators” will be imposed on the “neoliberal project of trumpcista monroism” and, in this sense, has mentioned the recent change in the Casa Rosada, where Mauricio Macri has given way to Alberto Fernández. “In the years to come, in this year 2020, we will have very good news,” he said.
In the case of Venezuela, he has again denounced the existence of “an international economic war” against the Caribbean nation. The Venezuelan, he has argued, is “a besieged economy (…) like no economy in the world, we could only say the Cuban one.”
Maduro has accused the United States and “its internal accomplices, the Venezuelan fascist right”, of “stealing” the Venezuelan state in 2019 alone about 30,000 million dollars through sanctions.
“Where the blockade, sanctions and all that evil of the US empire has hit us the most is in health,” he said. “They chase the planes and the ships that are going to bring medicines to Venezuela so they don’t bring them,” he denounced.
In addition, he has admitted that the dollarization of the Venezuelan economy has been a “reality” for years due to the dependence of petrodollars. “Today we are living with three monetary spaces,” the bolivar, the petro and the dollar, has assumed.
In this context, which has been defined as an economic “resistance stage”, he stressed that “the model of social missions has passed a great test and has demonstrated its efficiency and its ability to serve the majorities, especially the most humble. “
“The secret weapon (…) so that the Bolivarian Revolution has the capacity to face, to overcome so many aggressions, (…) is that we have a real project that has the legitimacy and support of the people”, has held.
Maduro has been sure that, precisely that popular support, will allow the PSUV ruler and his allies to recover the National Assembly