Wednesday, August 21, 2019
No menu items!
  • America

Bolivian President: Trump is our first enemy and humanity


Renewable energy can bring billions of dollars in Midwest and Great Lakes region

Applying current renewable energy standards, ten states in the Midwest and the Great Lakes region of the United States...

China complains on Twitter and Facebook closures

China is facing Twitter and Facebook accounts blocking after criticism on protests in Hong Kong. Chinese citizens and students...

EU will not re-negotiate Brexit with Britain

Finland's Prime Minister Antti Rinne has told Boris Johnson that the European Union EU will not re-negotiate the Brexit...
Zubair Yaqoob
Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in business reporting. He is Chief content editor at He can be reached at: [email protected]

Bolivian President Evo Morales described his American counterpart, Donald Trump, as the enemy of humanity. “Trump is our first enemy and humanity,” he said, calling on him to be “more humane in his treatment of other peoples.”

“Trump must take responsibility for his erroneous decisions of the government, which contribute to the already apparent damage to politics, society and the environment,” Morales said in an interview with Novosti, quoted by the Venezuelan daily La Nacional.

“The American people are not mistaken, but their president and policies believe that the United States has the world and that it is wrong,” said the Bolivian president. “These policies make Trump” the No. 1 enemy. ”

“I want to advise Donald Trump, to learn to respect the peoples of the world, and to build bilateral relations based on understanding and collective endeavor for the benefit of our people,” he said.

Morales questioned why Washington refused to ratify human rights treaties or the environment, including the Paris Convention, as Trump does not recognize such agreements and said the United States should ratify all human rights and environmental protection conventions such as the Paris Convention. “We collided with a government that wants to dominate the world.”

On the Venezuelan issue, Morales reiterates his rejection of any interference in the affairs of that nation. “Venezuelans should solve their problems as Venezuelans” and not accept that they “appoint” a president “as in colonial times,” Bolivian President said.

Morales welcomes Russia’s role in this and other global issues, noting that the nation “guarantees that the United States will not interfere in any country in the world” by always being in line with international law.

He added that while Washington lacks “thinking about humanity” policies, Moscow shares its judgment and above all its technology in this thinking, pointing out that this latter area may make Bolivia closer to Russia, expressing “great interest” Russia to acquire Russian military technology.

Read also: Morales launches campaign to run Bolivia’s presidential election for third term

Latest News

Australian High Priest George Pell fails to appeal in sexual misconduct case

A court in Australia Wednesday upheld the jail sentence of High Priest and former Vatican treasurer George Pell for...

Australia to join US-led mission in the Strait of Hormuz

Australia will join a US-led mission to protect shipping lines along the Hormuz Strait as tensions with Iran escalate, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said...

Saudi Arabian new passport rules comes into force

Saudi Arabia has begun enforcing regulations that allow women over the age of 21 to apply for a passport and travel abroad without the...

Disney to unveil video streaming service on Apple and Google platforms in November

Walt Disney will launch the Disney plus video streaming service in Canada and the Netherlands on November 12, while Australia and New Zealand will...

Johnson: India and Pakistan should settle Kashmir issue through dialogue

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a telephone conversation Tuesday with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi that India and Pakistan should settle the...

Related News