Secretary General of the organization of American States: it does not rule out the use of military means for Venezuela.

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 Secretary General of the organization of American States: it does not rule out the use of military means for Venezuela.


On September 14, the Secretary-General of the Organization of American States, Louis Almagro (right), visited the Colombian city of Kukuta on the Venezuelan border to talk to Venezuelan immigrants. Visual china map

The Secretary-General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Leonardo Almagro Lemes, said military intervention against Venezuela would not be ruled out.

We should not rule out any options now for military intervention in Venezuela and the overthrow of Maduros government, the Secretary-General of the Organization of American States, Louis Almagro, said Friday in the Colombian city of Cucuta, near the Venezuelan border.

Luis Almagro visited the Columbia border and talked with some Venezuelan immigrants. According to The Associated Press, he said western hemisphere countries should cooperate to provide assistance to those who left Venezuela. According to the United Nations, more than 2.3 million Venezuelans have left their homeland in recent years.

In early July, US media reported that President Trump had summoned his foreign policy adviser to inquire about the possibility of invading Venezuela. In response, Venezuelan President Maduro appealed to the nations soldiers to be prepared for a military invasion from the United States. Trump also met with Venezuelan military opposition representatives who were engaged in anti-government activities, the New York Times reported last week, citing U.S. and Venezuelan sources. On August 4, Maduro was attacked by two drones while participating in a military parade, and several soldiers were injured. After the attack, Maduro denounced the governments of Colombia and the United States, saying they were linked to the planners. Venezuela has recently fallen into an economic crisis, inflation has risen sharply, and many peoples lives have been in trouble. The Venezuelan government has repeatedly condemned the blockade and economic sanctions imposed by the United States as an act of economic war and is responsible for the deterioration of the economic situation. The source of this article: surging news editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310

In early July, US media reported that President Trump had summoned his foreign policy adviser to inquire about the possibility of invading Venezuela. In response, Venezuelan President Maduro appealed to the nations soldiers to be prepared for a military invasion from the United States.

Trump also met with Venezuelan military opposition representatives who were engaged in anti-government activities, the New York Times reported last week, citing U.S. and Venezuelan sources.

On August 4, Maduro was attacked by two drones while participating in a military parade, and several soldiers were injured. After the attack, Maduro denounced the governments of Colombia and the United States, saying they were linked to the planners. Venezuela has recently fallen into an economic crisis, inflation has risen sharply, and many peoples lives have been in trouble. The Venezuelan government has repeatedly condemned the blockade and economic sanctions imposed by the United States as an act of economic war and is responsible for the deterioration of the economic situation.