President Correa acknowleges existence of tensions between Ecuador and the U.S.

Posted on January 23, 2014 • Filed under: Conflicts, Ecuador, Politics, United States reported that the President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, acknowledged on Wednesday the existence of “tensions” with the United States and railed against the manifestations of “neo-colonialism” from that country, at the time defended the Latin American sovereignty on issues such as human rights and freedom of expression.

There are “tensions” and also “mutual mistrust” between United States and Ecuador, Correa said in a meeting with foreign media, but said that continue to denounce us policies deemed incorrect.

Nets of American espionage, the use of aircraft, unmanned in actions that cause innocent victims and the alleged involvement of the CIA in a Colombian military attack in Ecuador territory in 2008, were some U.S. practices criticized by the President. Read Article

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