The Kremlin asserts that it will respect the sovereignty of Cuba and Venezuela with regard to military bases

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Russia, Cuba, Venezuela, military bases

Moscow (Sputnik) – When asked if Russia is considering establishing military bases in Cuba and Venezuela, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov called not to forget that they are sovereign countries, although he acknowledged the Kremlin’s interest in national security.

“We are talking about sovereign states, let’s not forget. Given the current context, of course, Russia is thinking about how to ensure its security,” Peskov told reporters.

January 13, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov male post default Russian military infrastructure in Cuba and Venezuela. “I do not want to confirm anything, but I will not refute anything here either,” Ryabkov confined himself to telling the RTVI television channel.

For his part, the White House National Security Adviser, Jake Sullivan, warned Washington It will respond forcefully to the final deployment of Russian forces in Latin America.

Last June, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, Highlighted during the security conference in Moscow Cooperation with Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela in the military field. The Russian minister also highlighted the progress made in cooperation with Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay.
Moreover, last November, the National Assembly of Nicaragua Approved the entry of foreign ships, aircraft, and military personnel For the purposes of exchange and humanitarian aid, coming from different countries, including Russia.

In 2002, Russia closed the radio-electronic listening center in Lourdes (Cuba) and its naval base in Cam Ranh (Vietnam).

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Lourdes was the largest Soviet radio-electronic espionage center outside the national territory through which the Russians controlled the entire Western Hemisphere.

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