Tutorship of world powers is not acceptable anymore


Caracas, Sept 02 ABN.- The president of Paraguay, Fernando Lugo, read on Thursday a message to his country in which he expressed his concern about the presence in Colombian bases of soldiers from foreign powers and he reaffirmed that nowadays it is not needed, neither requested, nor accepted the tutorship of any world power.

The statements of the Paraguayan President were broadcast live from the Presidential Palace through radio stations and television channels.

Lugo referred only to foreign affairs-related issues and he especially recalled some items regarding the last meeting of the Union of South American Nations (Unasur), which took place last week in San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina.

With regards to the encounter of presidents at the Unasur meeting, Lugo expressed that “We left record of our concern about the increase on the arsenals of several countries of the region, without identifying such nations.”

“We are concerned about the presence in Colombian bases of soldiers from foreign power that might jeopardize the security and defense of other countries in South America,” he said.

“We have reached a point in the harmony of the nations: nowadays it is not needed, neither requested, nor accepted the tutorship of any world power.”

President Lugo recognized as well that there are tensions among our nations. These are result of heavy legacies whose shadow is projected in the present.

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