Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro this Thursday condemned Joe Biden’s government failing to vaccinate Venezuela and accused the United States of “hating” and “feeling miserable” towards the Latin American country.
“The United States has a terrible and pathetic persecution that vaccines are not reaching our country,” the Venezuelan president said during an intervention broadcast by Venezolana de Televisión.
Maduro has criticized that “Joe Biden’s government will donate vaccines to the peoples of the world, but Venezuela will not donate vaccines.”
“They have hatred for us, low and pathetic feelings towards the country because we are and will continue to be rebels and Bolivars,” the president continued, adding that the country has been “with God’s favor, effort and disciplined work.” will receive “all of its vaccines” to return to face-to-face classes in October.
The President of Venezuela has responded to the announcement by the Biden administration that it will distribute 25 million vaccines against the coronavirus in different regions of the world.
Of this first batch of the total of 80 million that the country will donate, six million will go to countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, in particular to Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru, Ecuador, Paraguay, Bolivia, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Panama, Haiti and other countries of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) as well as the Dominican Republic.