Cuba rejects G7’s interfering attempts in Venezuela

Havana, Jun 17 (Prensa Latina) Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez denounced the Group of Seven (G7)’s attempts to interfere in Venezuela and pointed out that the bloc seeks to impose its imperialist and neocolonizing interests on the Bolivarian nation.

Rodríguez shared on his X account statements by his Venezuelan counterpart, Yván Gil, who described the leadership of that group of nations as “poor and ridiculous” in the international concert.

“Rejected by their own peoples, they pretend to resort to colonial practices and meddle in matters that do not concern them,” Gil pointed out on the social network in response to a joint statement by the G7.

The Venezuelan government spokesman stressed that “our revolutionary democracy will tell them this July 28, once again, that we are free and sovereign and that their lackeys will not return”, referring to the presidential elections scheduled for that date.

Through the digital platform, the Foreign Minister reiterated Cuba’s support for the Bolivarian and Chavista Revolution.


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