RCTV Closing Overshadows Agenda at OAS Meeting

RCTV Closing Overshadows Agenda at OAS Meeting

PANAMA CITY, Panama — Renewable energy as an alternative to fossil fuels was supposed to be the focus of this week’s Organization of American States General Assembly. Instead, the ongoing war of words between the United States and Venezuela dominated headlines here. Though the assembly’s final declaration was entitled: “Energy for Sustainable Development,” newly unveiled projects like the one to promote ethanol production in El Salvador played second fiddle to diplomatic row between Washington and Caracas. U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice came to the Panamanian capital armed with new criticism of populist Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez, this time over […]

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