Mujica Rejects Blockade against Cuba, Attempts to Sanction Venezuela

Uruguayan President Jose Mujica rejected the U.S. economic blockade against Cuba and warned about the attempts to impose sanctions on Venezuela.

In a statement released by the Ministry of Communication of the Presidency, Mujica said: ‘When the whole world asks the U.S. to eliminate the economic blockade against Cuba, some voices arise from that government threatening Venezuela with sanctions.

The first thing that Venezuela and throughout Latin America need is to be respected, said Mujica.

‘Peace, tolerance, respect and negotiation are values that must be remembered and cultivated for Venezuela to fit into the peoples of the South, he said.

The second, he said, is to love all Venezuelans, as part of us.

He added that its contradictions are also ours and its resolution should not be violent, and less, incited from outside.

Is the open road of the vote in the constitutional faithful compliance, which should replace the stone and ‘guarimba’ as a political alternative, insisted the Uruguayan president.

He added that its contradictions are also ours and its resolution should not be violent or incited from abroad.

The vote should replace violence as a political alternative, the Uruguayan president insisted.

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