Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela condemn U.S. decision on Americas Summit invite

Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela are condemning the Biden administration’s decision to exclude them from attending this year’s Summit of the Americas. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said Washington’s decision to not invite himself or the leaders of Cuba and Nicaragua to the Summit of the Americas “was an act of discrimination.” Maduro praised the “courage and clarity” of Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador for choosing not to attend the summit.

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