Latin American Countries Recall Ambassadors From Spain, France, Italy And Portugal Over Snowden “Neo-Colonial” Flap
by Tyler Durden
The global fallout from the Snowden affair continues to reverberate following the latest news that four Latin American countries – Brazil, Argentina, Urugay and Venezuela – announced on Friday they would recall their ambassadors from the countries that blocked their airspace to Bolivia’s Evo Morales following false rumors he was carrying Snowden, forcing an emergency landing in Austria. The four countries said this incident violated international law. As a result of Obama’s “neo-colonial” practices in Europe, as Uruguay’s foreign minister Luis Almagro denounces Europe’s servile compliance with pax AmericaNSA, the Mercosur ambassadors in Spain, France, Italy and Portugal will be pulled back for consultations.