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Bolivia, Ecuador Condemn Helicopter Terrorist Attack in Venezuela

Oscar Perez reads out a statement on a video circulated on Instagram the same day of the attack. (screen shot)

Both governments released official statements Wednesday, while Venezuela hit out at other regional governments for their silence. 

 

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Maduro Congratulates Lenin Moreno on “Heroic Victory” in Ecuadorian Elections

Ecuadorian President-elect Lenin Moreno with his running mate, sitting Vice-President Jorge Glas, right. (Jose Jacome/EPA)

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro congratulated Alianza Pais presidential candidate Lenin Moreno on his win in Ecuadorian elections this past Sunday.

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Ecuador Denies Entry to Venezuela Opposition Figure Visiting to Campaign for Right Wing

U.S. President Donald Trump has met with Lilian Tintori, an outspoken opponent of Nicolas Maduro. (Twitter / Donald Trump)
"Change is coming to Ecuador," Tintori wrote on social media prior to her visit, referencing the campaign slogan of right-wing presidential candidate Guillermo Lasso.
 
 

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US Must Abandon its Latin American Military Bases, Says Venezuela

US soldiers perform an equipment inspection on Colombian soldiers in 2015. (Handout/US Department of Defence)
Venezuelan foreign minister Delcy Rodriguez called on the United States Thursday to pull out of its military bases across Latin America.

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Brazilian Senate, Correa Back Venezuela as MERCOSUR President Pro Tempore

The flags of MERCOSUR’s five member-states: Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Venezuela. (Archive)

The Brazilian Senate’s Economic Affairs Commission issued a statement Friday endorsing Venezuela’s legal claim to the pro tempore presidency of the Market of the South (MERCOSUR). 

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Ecuador Proposes Anti-Transnational Summit in Venezuela as Maduro Confronts Low Productivity Levels

Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa (left) with foreign minister Ricardo Patiño and Nicolas Maduro. (AVN)

Tomorrow Ecuadorian foreign minister Ricardo Patiño will meet with the Venezuelan president in Caracas to discuss the creation of an official Observatory of Transnational Companies. Nicolas Maduro also plans to meet with private and public sectors of the economy.

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Latin America’s Radical Left in Power: Complexities and Challenges in the Twenty-First Century

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The democratic, peaceful road to socialism, which has been pursued by the governments of Venezuela, Bolivia and Ecuador and serves as an inspiration for much of the Latin American left, hardly represents a new approach.

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Re-election of Correa a “Victory for Socialist Forces” Says Venezuelan Government

Rafael Correa won the presidential elections by 57% (AP)

Vice-president Nicolas Maduro congratulated Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa for his “gigantic” victory in Ecuador’s presidential and parliamentary elections on Sunday.

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Venezuela and ALBA Back Ecuador in Wikileaks Asylum Dispute

Venezuela foreign minister Nicolas Maduro demanded “that international law be respected” reguarding the Ecuador – UK dispu

Venezuela and the ALBA alliance have backed Ecuador against “threats” from Britain, after Ecuador granted Wikileaks founder Julian Assange diplomatic asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy in London yesterday. 

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Venezuela Signs 12 Agreements with Ecuador

President Chávez meets with President Rafael Correa to discuss furthering bilateral cooperation (Hoy.com)

On the second leg of his short tour of Latin America, Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez met with Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa to discuss further bilateral cooperation between the two countries.

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