Uh, oh. . . Putin’s chancellor to visit Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Brazil

Putinian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov greets Nicaraguan Chancellor Denis Moncada in Moscow, 30 March 2023.

From our Bureau of Russian Neoimperalism with some assitance from our Bureau of Whorish Latrine American Hellholes

Czar Vlad the Invader is dead-set on enlarging Grand Putinia’s influence in Latrine America.

Nothing reveals this more clearly than the recent announcement that Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is being sent on a whirlwind tour of some of the most extremist leftist nations of Latrine America.

Yeah, granted, Brazil is not yet one of the most extreme Latrine states –not yet, anyway– but the fact that Castronoid clone Lula da Silva is now Brazil’s president makes him a member of this noxious club. He’s only had about 100 days in the driver’s seat, but all his actions thus far indicate that he’s very eager to turn Brazil into a vassal state of Castrogonia, China, and Grand Putinia, as he revealed during his current visit to China, where he let his hosts know that “Brazil is back!”

And all these vassal states of Castrogonia, along with their mother, are itching to align themselves with Czar Vlad and his troubled empire of Grand Putinia. The invasion of Ukraine might not be moving forward as quickly and effortlessly as planned, but Czar Vlad still has much to offer to any Latrine American dictatorship that is eager to become a vassal state of his Grand Putinia, in exchange for all sorts of favors.

Loosely translated from Marti Noticias

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov announced Thursday that he will carry out a Latin American tour in the second half of April that will take him to Cuba, Brazil, Venezuela and Nicaragua, the Kremlin’s main allies in the region.

“We advocate strengthening Russian-Latin American cooperation on the basis of mutual support, solidarity and taking into account the interests of the other,” Lavrov wrote in two articles published by the Brazilian newspaper “Folha de Sao Paulo” and the Mexican magazine ” Divers of the News”.

“The rapidly changing geopolitical landscape opens up new possibilities for the development of mutually beneficial cooperation between Russia and Latin American countries. The latter play an increasingly prominent role in the multipolar world,” he stressed.

According to Lavrov, Moscow does not want Latin America and the Caribbean to become a space of antagonism between the powers, since it bases its foreign policy not on ideology, as was the case with the Soviet Union, but on pragmatism.

As an example, he noted that Russian exports to the region increased by 3.8%, while wheat supplies increased by 48.8%.

Lavrov stressed that at this time 27 Latin American countries have signed visa-free regimes with Russia, in addition to the fact that the number of Latin American students studying at higher education centers in Russia has skyrocketed.

In his articles, the foreign minister also referred to the alleged Nazi presence in Ukraine and argued that the United States is trying to prevent the development of other nations.