A significant decline is observed in the US influence over Latin America, the Vice President of the Experimental Creative Center International Social Foundation, Yury Byaly, said on June 21, Rossa Primavera News Agency reports.
“It turned out that, first of all, a substantial leftward drift took place in the key countries (Venezuela, Bolivia, Argentina, Brazil, and even Mexico) despite an apparent weakening of the Cuban left-minded influence. Secondly, it is now clear that in Latin America there is a growing economic role of the United States’ European competitors, first of all Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, Italy, and, most importantly, China and Russia. Thus, there are too many foreigners now in the former backyard of the US, including ideologically hostile ones,” Yury Byaly said. Continue reading