Friday, August 8, 2014

Conflict with airlines is part of the economic war

Airlines are having problems in Venezuela, not as a consequence of the distortions caused by money exchange controls, but because they are waging a war against Venezuelans who want to fly abroad, according to President Maduro. This “small war” fought by the airlines is part of the broader “economic war” against the country.

“They are trying a small war [guerrita] to take away from us our flights abroad, as a part of the economic war. I have been very clear with the international airlines: any business that tries to leave or to blackmail Venezuela, is a business that won’t be allowed to return,” warned Maduro.

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