Nicolas Maduro: Imperialism continues to threaten Venezuela | New

“Imperialism continues to threaten our homeland, imperialism continues to manipulate with arrogance and arrogance, to try to manipulate Venezuela and Venezuelans,” Maduro said during a speech broadcast on the public channel Venezolana de Televisión.

The president said that despite the threats, his country is still standing and that 2022 has been a year of progress.

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“I call on you, deepest Venezuelan compatriot, to consolidate 2022 as a great year of economic growth, economic expansion, social recovery and consolidation of the greatest political force that exists in Venezuela and Latin America,” he pointed out.

On September 15, Joe Biden’s administration threatened the Maduro administration with tougher sanctions if it did not resume negotiations with the opposition in Mexico, suspended in October 2021 following the extradition of Venezuelan diplomat Alex Saab. from Cape Verde to the United States.

On Tuesday, Maduro asked Biden not to manipulate the issue of migration from Latin America and the Caribbean.

“We demand that President Joe Biden not manipulate the issue of migration from Latin America and the Caribbean, and even less the issue of Venezuela, victim of the most cruel sanctions of the American empire,” he said. he declares.

Maduro said the United States was lying about the number of migrants and said his country had suffered attacks and sanctions, which is why part of the population decided to migrate.

The president also said that more than half of the population that migrated between 2018 and 2021 returned to Venezuela.

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