Bukele se autodenomina "dictador de El Salvador" en su cuenta de Twitter

El Salvador President Attacks Biden’s ‘Credibility’ on Russo-Ukrainian Crisis

The Biden administration claimed Sunday that Russia has put its playbook in place to invade Ukraine

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The president of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, said Sunday on his Twitter account that the Biden administration “is loosing all the credibility it has left” in relation to the Russo-Ukrainian crisis.

“These ‘commanders’ are getting 4 attack orders a week? The Biden administration is loosing all the credibility it has left. And yet, a new supposed order that didn’t happen,” the Salvadoran president tweeted, adding that it was a “weird strategy.”

Bukele’s message picked up on a CNN publication stating that “The US has intelligence indicating that orders have been sent to Russian commanders to proceed with an attack on Ukraine, according to three sources.”

The Biden Administration has assured this Sunday that Russia has set in motion its “manual” to invade Ukraine and has warned that such aggression could be imminent because, according to American intelligence, the Kremlin has already given the order to attack.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken has argued that Moscow’s decision to prolong its military presence in Belarus longer than originally announced is a prelude to an attack on Ukraine, something Russia denies.

Nayib Bukele’s government has a tense relationship with the United States and has clashed on Twitter with officials of Joe Biden’s administration.

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Bukele has also accused the United States of allegedly “allying” itself with the Salvadoran opposition.

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