The Challenge of Iran: Ahmadinejad Latin American tour

Posted on January 10, 2012 • Filed under: Conflicts, Ecuador, Latin America Mining, Venezuela

The Challenge of Iran: Ahmadinejad Latin American tour
The (dangerous) Latin connection Chavez Ahmadinejad manages raw materials for its nuclear race while confirming that it is closer to getting the atomic bomb.
First they move the money. Iran is interested in exploiting uranium mines in Venezuela and Ecuador in return for investing millions in economic development projects for the region. In recent years, Iran has opened bank branches and transportation companies in Venezuela and Ecuador investment has grown from six million to 168 in one year. Chavez, who defended Ahmadinejad’s visit and the commitments made as part of the autonomy of any country (from 2006 Venezuela and Iran have signed about 300 cooperation agreements), and emphasizes the positive aspects of their relationship with Iran as the leader describes Iran as “a brother to resist the aggressions of imperialism and colonialism.” Read Article

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