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The United States warns Venezuela and Cuba not to host Iranian ships


U.S. Diplomacy is pressuring Caracas and Havana not to allow ships from Iran to dock in their ports. According to reports from Washington, these vessels would contain weapons in compliance with an agreement reached by Venezuela and Iran a year ago during Donald Trump’s presidency. As senior Biden administration officials have noted, Venezuela considered buying long-range missiles from Tehran last summer. “The transfer of long-range missiles from Iran to Venezuela is not acceptable to the United States and will not be tolerated or permitted,” Elliott Abrams, U.S. Special Representative for Iran and Venezuela. However, intelligence reports have only confirmed the transport…

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