The President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, demanded this Friday to his US counterpart, Barack Obama, to “apologize” to Venezuela for its “threats” before the Summit of the Americas.
The president of Bolivia, who condemned the United States for declaring Venezuela as “an extraordinary threat,” said at a news conference that Obama “is going to bump up againstimperialist presidents, he is going to bump up against anti-imperialist governments.”
“If Obama doesn´t want to find his perfect match, before the Summit of the Americas, he has to apologize to Latin America and especially to Venezuela,” said Morales, referring that the US President will bump up against with who resistance in meeting.
The Bolivian president anticipated his hope that the recent conflict between Washington and Caracas is analyzed in Panama, seat of the Seventh Summit of the Americason 10 and 11 April of, hosted by the OAS.
“From now on we are asking that the debate is public at the Summit of the Americas,” insisted the president on the appointment, whose central theme will be prosperity with equity.