The presidents of those (Venezuela, Bolivia, Nicaragua) countries confirmed that they are willing to receive Edward Snowden, the CIA wanted by the United States, accused of treason for revealing that his country was spying on millions of people through digital systems and who still remains for 14 days in the transit area of an airport in Moscow.
Russia believes that the offer of asylum would be the solution to the former agent, who has made this request to several countries, including in Ecuador.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro affirmed to be offering humanitarian asylum to protect the pursuit of the empire. In Managua, President Daniel Ortega also spoke of granting such asylum, after receiving the request at its embassy in Moscow.
For its part, Bolivia said it will give asylum to U.S. since he’s pursued by his countrymen and will do so for humanitarian reasons and as protest of the aerial blockade suffered by the Air Force in several European countries, when its president, Evo Morales, travelled from Bolivia to Moscow.