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Iran’s Ahmadinejad Visits Venezuela


A week after the announcement that Venezuela has built drones in a joint project with Iran, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez welcomed Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to his country.


AFP reports that the two presidents met on Friday to discuss a number of mutual agreements.

Chavez, who has been battling cancer for the past year, also faces presidential elections in October.

He has remained a close ally of Iran throughout the international disputes surrounding Iran’s nuclear program.

Chavez told reporters that he and the Iranian president will discuss mutual cooperation on a range of issues from house and apartment construction to technology.

Venezuela recently announced that it has built information drones in collaboration with allied countries, adding that the drones do not carry weapons.


The United States has expressed its disbelief over the announcement, with U.S. State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland saying Venezuela has often made exaggerated claims.

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  • June 24, 2012 at 2:52 pm

    Iran is stead-fast in their assurance they are not inept at handling nuclear material or handling as they see fit, what they found there on their, lying on their own property…even if it was a patented and copyrighted drone.
    They also experienced a cyber attack using the software provided by a uS company called Windows…which many even in the uS feel has gone too far to turn information without the consent of the party using the software but finding the user was missing missing funds from his bank accounts…
    Iran never had any intentions of sending a nuclear weapon over to Israel and bombing them. Israel would suddenly not be as enabled to bomb or threaten Iran if both had the same identical ability to bomb each other effectively.
    It’s my guess that Iran is just going to continue to assert what they have for hundreds of years…their right not to act like anyone in the uS if it’s their decision not to.
    After all…Iran has been around longer in a peaceful manner than the us has been in it’s whole 200+ years.
    The uS is the only one that is actually financially gaining from what is happening in the area…and that’s the only path the uS has ever taken…the path that using money results.
    Iran is a threat to the uS patent system and copy rights acts too! Even Hollywood would be challenged to pursue the destruction of Iran for the sake of Hollywood profit margins and not due to some human catastrophe about to happen…
    Venezuela probably has similar views.Venezuela protects and treats their Jews better than the us ever has, anyway.
    The same type events took place in Italy France and Sicily.
    Everyone have a pleasurable day…


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