HAVANA TIMES, May 24 – Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez sent a commission of experts to Cuba to advise the island on how to address the oil slick from the Gulf of Mexico, which will possibly affect its coasts in a few weeks, announced the president. The delegation, headed by the vice president of the state-run PDVSA oil company, Eulogio Del Pino, will help to organize simulations to preview the consequences of the oil spill, reported IPS.


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  • This is probably going to be a complete disaster for cuban onshore wildlife and Cuba’s fishing economy no matter what anyone does; but at least these nominally socialist governments will likely organize the best response possible — unlike the actions of the capitalist criminals elsewhere: who have made this the Mother Of All Oil Spill Disasters, from beginning to end.

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