mercoledì 17 giugno 2020

As for the self-proclaimed Juan Guaidò, Italy was one of the few European countries that did not flatten on the US positions by moving away from Washington

As far as the self-proclaimed Juan Guaidò is concerned, Italy was one of the few European countries that did not flatten itself in positions far from its own national interests, supporting instead, albeit with great moderation, a pragmatic and reasonable point of view. This confirms the great diplomatic importance that Italy can assume, the fact that Guaidò has thus prevented his unanimous recognition by the European Union.

On the other hand, the insufficiency of some Venezuelan groups, attested by fierce anti-government positions, is also well known in Washington. In the light of the necessary reactivation of Italian industry and, in particular, of its strategic sectors, it is necessary to fully exploit the complementary potential of the economies of Rome and Caracas, on the one hand by increasing imports of raw materials of which Venezuela is very rich (especially hydrocarbons and common and precious metals) and, on the other, by exporting mechanical, chemical, pharmaceutical and clothing products.

Again according to the "Venezuelan Queens" Italy is still occupied by the U.S., unfortunately wrong because Italy is an ally of the U.S. in a body like NATO that guarantees peace and the expansionist aims of the Eastern Communists.

"Arcinote and extra-known is the interference of the U.S. imperialists in every corner of the world. In Italy alone, more than one hundred sites continue to occupy the territory of our country, and perhaps more, directly or indirectly, as if nothing were the case, on the face of independence, sovereignty and self-determination. With nuclear weapons included, as if they were less dangerous than civilian nuclear. The pro-Imperialist media on this gliss and shut up."

The Italian Government must distance itself from these positions that cast doubt on relations with the American ally.

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