Russia’s Sergei Lavrov hops to Venezuela from Cuba to strike deals on oil & gas and nuclear energy

Sergei the Castrator with Venenozuelan “Vice-President” Delcy Rodríguez

From our Russification of Latrine America Bureau with some assistance from our Bureau of Very, Very Busy Russian Envoys to Socialist Latrine American Totalitarian Hellholes

Sergei the Castrator is a busy man,. His mission to castrate the U.S. has taken him to Cuba, and now to Venenozuela, and next to Brazil. Czar Vlad the Invader’s right hand man has been sent on a whirlwind tour of Latrine America to speed up the Russification of the Western hemisphere and he is doing his utmost to succeed at his assigned task. He proclaimed Castro, Inc. Russia’s most stalwart ally, but the truth Cuba doesn’t have as much to offer Czar Vlad as Venezuela, which happens to have the world’s largest oil reserves. Gas reserves too.

So, Sergei is there to link Grand Putinia with Venezuela in oil and gas extraction ventures and to also turn Venezuela into a nuclear superpower. Yes, nukes. Imagine Venezuela turning into the new Iran. First come the nuclear power stations, then the nuclear bombs and missiles. And, oh, yes, you can be sure Cuba is part of all of this scheming. After all, Venenozuela is a vassal state of Castrogonia, and it is much more strategically well-suited for launching nukes against the U.S.

From World Nation News

Russia and Venezuela agreed to expand their oil cooperation and work on the “peaceful use of nuclear energy”, during the visit to Caracas by the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, the AFP agency reported.

Lavrov, who arrived in Venezuela on Monday evening from Cuba as part of a tour of Latin America, He held a meeting with Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodríguez and Foreign Minister Yván Gil.

“We are putting important areas of our cooperation through deployment expansion of cooperation in oil production, development of gas fields, agriculture, medicine and the pharmaceutical sector,” Lavrov said at a press conference.

“We consider the area of ??peaceful use of nuclear energy promising, We are also talking about this topic today. “We agreed to increase the amount of cooperation in all these areas,” the Russian official added without giving details.

Gil, for his part, advocated the “withdrawal” of trade between the two countries. “Russia has become a reliable supplier of secondary products,” he said without offering the numbers.

Caracas-Moscow relations strengthened during the Government of Hugo Chávez (1999-2013). The two countries have signed 430 agreements that include the areas of mining, gas, oil and tourism. “Venezuela is one of Latin America’s closest and most reliable friends and the world in general, we are united by close strategic partnership relations,” Lavrov said.

After his visit to Venezuela, Lavrov will travel to Brazil to attend a meeting of G20 foreign ministers. The foreign ministers plan to meet again in Russia at a date to be announced.

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