The dictator of Venezuela, Nicolas Madurospoke today by phone with his Russian colleague, Vladimir Putinto whom he expressed his solidarity after the alleged drone attack against the Kremlin that occurred on Wednesday.
Maduro “firmly condemned the attempt by the Kiev regime to launch an attack against the territory of the Kremlin with unmanned lethal devices,” said a statement from the Russian presidency.
The Venezuelan president told Putin “solidarity and support for Russia on behalf of the Venezuelan people.”
Putin returned to his office on Thursday after the drone attack carried out the day before against the Kremlin, of which Moscow directly accuses Kiev, although Ukraine denies it, along the same lines as the United States and the European Union.
In the images offered by Russian public television, Putin could be seen meeting with the Minister of Economy, Maxim Reshétnikov.
When the attack took place, Putin was at his country residence in Novo-Ogariovo, on the outskirts of Moscow, where he spends most of his time.
The Kremlin accused the US on Thursday of being behind the Ukrainian attack on the Kremlin and other attacks on Russian territory, which has been categorically denied by Washington.
Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelensky has also denied any connection to the attack, saying kyiv is only defending itself and not targeting targets on Russian soil.
Maduro already offered Putin “full support” since the beginning of the Russian military campaign in Ukraine, in February 2022.
Russia and Venezuela celebrated the 78th anniversary of their diplomatic relations on March 14, ties that were strengthened with the arrival of the so-called Bolivarian revolution in 1999.
In addition, the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrovrecently visited Caracas, where he met with Ripe and agreed to expand cooperation in matters such as oil, medicine, agriculture, the pharmaceutical industry and new technologies, among other areas.
(With information from EFE)
The European Union has warned Russia not to use the alleged attack on the Kremlin as an excuse for war.
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