From our Bureau of 21st Century Neocolonialism with some assistance from our Bureau of Latrine American Parasitic Hellholes
Igor Sechin, one of Grand Putinia’s chief oligarchs has revealed that Czar Vlad the Invader is supervises every deal that his empire strikes with Castrogonia.
This oligarch should know. He’s in charge of all of Grand Putinia’s oil. He was in Havana yesterday, meeting with ersatz president Trucutú Díaz-Canallal and other Castronoid lackeys to discuss how Grand Putinia can supply Cuba with everything that it lacks in telecommunications, transport, tourism, food, and medicine.
Whether they discussed how Castrogonia can supply Grand Putinia with much-needed cannon-fodder soldiers for its war in Ukraine was not revealed.
Igor couldn’t meet with King Raul because the monarch was in Venezuela, attending celebrations for the tenth anniversary of the death of Cuban puppet dictator Hugo Chavez, who, as you might remember, was killed by inept Cuban cancer specialists.
Loosely translated from Diario de Cuba
The executive director of the Russian state oil company Rosneft, Igor Sechin, met this Saturday with Miguel Díaz-Canel at the Cuban government headquarters, reports the state agency Prensa Latina.
In the Sechin meeting with Díaz-Canel, the Cuban leader thanked the Russian government for its support, “first by understanding the current situation (on the island) and then doing everything possible together to move forward,” the agency indicated. state.
According to the EFE news agency, at the meeting, at the Palace of the Revolution, Sechin said that Russian President Vladimir Putin “directly and personally supervises” everything related to bilateral relations.
“First of all, I would like to convey the best wishes of our president (Putin) to you,” said the businessman, who will travel from Havana to Caracas to attend the events for the tenth anniversary of the death of former Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez.
Prensa Latina points out that the Russian businessman met hours before with Deputy Prime Minister Ricardo Cabrisas, to discuss the agreements between the two countries on energy matters, although, as usual in government reports, hardly any details were disclosed.
Díaz-Canel had met with the director of Rosneft in Moscow, during his visit to that country in November of last year, in search of a lifeline in the face of the difficult energy situation on the island.
A few weeks after Díaz-Canel’s visit to Russia, another Cuban government delegation, headed by the president of the National Assembly, Esteban Lazo, visited the European country to consolidate the agreements signed by the ruler, both in energy matters and in telecommunications, transport, tourism and import of some foods.
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