Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Attacks against Venezuela show US interest over the Orinoco Oil Belt

Venezuela is constantly attacked by the US government due to its huge oil reserves, not because it represents a threat for the world, President Hugo Chávez said to the press during his visit to Block 6 of the Orinoco Oil Belt, located near to the town of Valle de la Pascua, Guárico state, along with the Prime Minister of Portugal, José Sócrates.
'The main cause for the constantly attacks against Venezuela is for our huge oil reserves, not because we are a threat for the world. We do not support terrorism and drug trafficking, we struggle against them (...)'
President Chávez said that the Orinoco Oil Belt, according to the results that will show the oil certifications on 2009, will become Venezuela in the country with the largest oil reserves in the world.

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