“With such comments, the international official is clearly trying to enlist the support of his Washington masters in the context of internal proceedings regarding his identity in the OAS,” the diplomatic mission said in a statement.

The embassy said they don’t remember “a Uruguayan speaking out at least once since 2014 condemning the crimes of the ‘Maidan’ by the nationalist authorities of Ukraine, the ongoing shelling of Donetsk and other cities of Donbass, where civilians are dying, incl.

old people and children.

“With his proactive Russophobic position, the Secretary General of the organization brings conflict potential to this part of the world, passing off personal approaches as the opinion of the entire multilateral institution,” the embassy noted.

The diplomatic mission expressed doubt that such a line of the chief of staff of the oldest regional structure contributes to the achievement of the goals of the OAS.