Evo Morales laments that Chávez faces "such a difficult situation"
The health of the Venezuelan president, who is in Cuba, keeps Venezuelans on the tenterhooks, after Vice-President Nicolás Maduro said Sunday that Hugo Chávez had "new complications" in his post-operative stage
"I deeply regret that our Latin America brother Hugo Chávez, our companion in struggle, our fellow anti-imperialist president, a revolutionary, is facing such a difficult health situation. We wish him strength, a great deal of energy, for him to recover soon," said Morales Monday night in the city of Cochabamba, according to AFP.
"We feel that there has been a tremendous absence, especially for anti-imperialist, anti-neoliberal presidents. Good luck and strenght to his family as well. We are convinced that his medical staff will always accompany him to assist in his quick recovery," Morales added.
The health of the Venezuelan president, who is in Cuba, keeps Venezuelans on the tenterhooks, after Vice-President Nicolás Maduro said Sunday that Hugo Chávez had "new complications" in his post-operative stage.
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