Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez Tuesday once again
strongly criticized US imperialism during his speech at the
summit of Latin American and Arab countries taking place in
Brazil, news agency DPA reported.
Before delegations of 34 Latin American and Arab countries,
Chávez accused the United States of wanting "to take
possession of the entire world" and intending to "force us
to embrace its model."
"Venezuela is threatened by US imperialism," he said. Chávez
reminded the audience of the 2002 failed coup which, in his
opinion, was "led by Washington."