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Maduro says Venezuela gotten rid of the US oppression

CARACASS : Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro says his country has once and for all gotten rid of the US oppression, warning that any effort to meddle in the country’s affairs would not be tolerated by Venezuelans.

Maduro, who spoke in an 85-minute interview with Bloomberg Television on Friday, downplayed US economic sanctions against his country, noting that his government has introduced a “war economy” to reduce the impact of US bans on the South American nation.

“Sooner rather than later, the bolivar will once again occupy a strong and preponderant role in the economic and commercial life of the country,” he said.

 

 

 In another part of his interview, Maduro insisted that his government will not budge “if the US continues to hold a proverbial gun to his head.”

Any demands for changes in domestic policy are “game over,” the Venezuelan president warned.

“No country in the world -- no country, and even less Venezuela -- is willing to kneel down and betray its legacy,” Maduro emphasized.

He dismissed claims by American officials that Caracas has become isolated in the world following its breaking away from the US influence, saying that his country has only broken free of “irrational, extremist, and cruel” US oppression.

Elsewhere in his interview, Maduro slammed the cruel sanctions imposed on his country by the United States, which have practically deprived the country of its main sources of revenue amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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