Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said Sunday that he will work to resume "decent, sincere" political dialogue with the United States, a country with which his government maintains tense relations, once Joe Biden assumes the presidency.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro gave his take on the election uncertainty currently facing the United States, quipping that he was tired of the US attempts to give other countries “lessons in democracy” when their own system was so flawed.
Iran believes the US government no longer can “control what’s happening in the world” or show other countries how to protect citizens’ rights, Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Thursday during a visit to Venezuela.
Iran repeated denial of owning the crude shipments seized and recently sold by the United States, saying the “rogue regime” in Washington has certainly stolen the cargo and is now openly bragging about the act of piracy.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Monday held a virtual meeting with his Venezuelan counterpart Jorge Arreaza to discuss the progress made in comprehensive cooperation projects between the two countries and the geopolitical threats to peace and multilateralism.
The first vessel in an Iranian convoy of ships bringing desperately needed fuel arrived in Venezuela, demonstrating both nations’ determination to undermine US efforts to isolate the governments in Tehran and Caracas.
Venezuela denounced Washington’s latest sanctions on Caracas and Tehran as an act of “aggression,” saying such “arrogant” actions cannot prevent the South American country from exercising its right to forge economic relations with Iran or any other state.