Hugo Chavez le cere rebelilor columbieni sa depuna armele

de Stefan Popovici     HotNews.ro
Duminică, 8 august 2010, 23:18 Revista Presei | Subiectele Zilei

Presedintele venezuelean Hugo Chavez le-a cerut  rebelilor din Columbia invecinata sa depuna armele, avertizandu-l totodata pe omologul sau de la Bogota, Juan Manuel Santos, sa nu acuze Venezuela de colaborare cu gherilele de stanga, scrie Reuters.

In ciuda divergentelor ideologice, Chavez si Santos doresc un nou inceput in relatiile dintre statele lor pentru a mentine pacea in regiunea andina si pentru reluarea comertului anual de 7 miliarde de dolari dintre Columbia si Venezuela.

Venezuela si-a rupt relatiile diplomatice cu Columbia luna trecuta, dupa ce fostul conducator de la Bogota, Alvaro Uribe, a declarat ca regimul lui Chavez ofera sprijin gherilelor FARC.


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  • 0 (0 voturi)    
    el comandante minte (Duminică, 8 august 2010, 23:49)

    leo [anonim]

    Ce mincinos Chavez asta... cica imaginile din satelit erau facute pe photoshop.. :)
    • 0 (0 voturi)    
      Chavez este ca Ponta (Luni, 9 august 2010, 1:26)

      dobrica [anonim] i-a raspuns lui leo

      Chavez este ca Ponta, ambii socialisti convinsi.
  • 0 (0 voturi)    
    Washington ... (Luni, 9 august 2010, 4:50)

    utug [anonim]

    Washington is seeking ways to attack Venezuela for its large oil reserves ...

    Chavez to visit Santos in Bogota on Tuesday
    http://colombiareports.com/colombia-news/news/11233-chavez-to-visit-santos-in-bogota-on-tuesday.html

    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez will meet with his newly sworn-in Colombian counterpart Juan Manuel Santos in Bogota, Venezuelan Foreign Minister Nicolas Maduro announced Sunday.
    Maduro was in Bogota to attend the Saturday inauguration of Santos and met with Colombia's new Foreign Minister Maria Angela Holguin.
    On Saturday, Chavez had said on Venezuelan television he was willing to "turn the page" and mend relations that Chavez suspended a few weeks ago after former president Alvaro Uribe accused Venezuela of harboring guerrillas from Colombian guerrilla groups FARC and ELN.
    Before the latest diplomatic crisis with Venezuela broke out, Santos had already announced one of the priorities of his government would be a normalization of ties with neighbors like Venezuela and Ecuador.
    Ties with Ecuador had been strain since March 2008 when Colombia attacked a FARC camp on the Ecuadorean side of the border, killing FARC-commander Raul Reyes and 25 others. Relations between Ecuador and Colombia already started improving since September 2009 under the presidency of Uribe and resulted in a meeting between Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa and Santos in Bogota minutes after Santos' inauguration.
    Venezuela and Colombia have had difficult relations after Colombia accused Venezuela of aiding the FARC and Venezuela accused Colombia of supporting the U.S. in a campaign to discredit the leftist government in Caracas. According to Chavez, Washington is seeking ways to attack Venezuela for its large oil reserves.


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