Chavez and Ahmadinejad called the U.S. "democracy with guns".
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Chavez and Ahmadinejad called the U.S. "democracy with guns".

Caracas : Venezuela | Jun 23, 2012 at 12:43 AM PDT
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Hugo Chavez welcome his friend Ahmadinejad in Mira Flores palace in Caracas

The presidents of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez , and Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad , met today in Caracas to strengthen the "strategic partnership" between their countries and took the opportunity to share their criticism against the United States, which pointed to export "democracy with guns."

Chávez and Ahmadinejad they reviewed cooperation programs , in particular that of construction dwellings in the Caribbean country, rejected the "threats" against the revolutions who lead and defended democracy after the dismissal by part of Senate Paraguayan of President Fernando Lugo .

The Venezuelan leader said his country "is now of joy" by the visit of his Iranian counterpart, whom he described as a "brother", "ally" and "true leader" of the people who fight "against the imperial forces that seek continue to impose their evil designs. "

AHMADINEJAD CALLED "BROTHER" Chavez
mentioned the "blockades, threats, unilateral sanctions intended to yield" to the Islamic revolution in Iran and said they have "the full support of the Venezuelan people," the government and the Bolivarian revolution.

Ahmadinejad highlighted the opportunity to meet with his "dear brother" Chavez, whom he defined as a "revolutionary" who is "resisting against the great imperialist, defending the rights of its people" and "independent of all peoples of the world".

"It is a source of pride for us this friendship we have with the Venezuelan people" , said the Iranian president, who warned that "imperialism has mobilized all its power to put pressure on the independent peoples."

Moreover, Chavez confirmed that Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko , will visit next Monday and commented on their counterparts in Iran and that country that the three of them call them "dictators" despite having been elected in democratic elections.

Iran accused the U.S. TO KILL A MILLION PEOPLE
Iranian President accused the U.S. to export "democracy to Iraq" and kill a million people, leaving four million refugees and destroy their infrastructure. "This is democracy, democracy with guns" he said.

The Iranian president arrived in Caracas after the U.S. Venezuela hoped that the press over its nuclear program, and Caracas warned about the possibility of violating sanctions against Iran with its new program of unmanned aircraft.

Meanwhile, Chavez said that the "development of Venezuela" can only be achieved thanks to the revolution, "and he did China" and "Iran has achieved thanks to the Islamic revolution."

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IQBALMEMON468 is based in Islamabad, Federal Capital Area, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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