Friday, January 22, 2021

Venezuelan army declares Maduro’s support against US military intervention

Featured

Who is Joe Biden? – Learn more about the United States 46th President

Who is Joe Biden? The new American president was Barack Obama's deputy for eight years and a senator for...

Macron welcomes US back to the climate agreement

French President Emmanuel Macron tweeted on his Twitter account, directing the tweet to President Joe Biden and Vice President...

Nancy Pelosi: “We are ready to work under the slogan of a united America”

US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi said, "We are ready to work under the slogan of a united...
Zubair Yaqoob
Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at wnobserver.com He can be reached at: [email protected]

Venezuelan military forces have expressed their support for the government of President Nicolas Maduro against any US military intervention, saying they are waiting for arms in their hands.

- Advertisement -

Venezuelan military personnel issued a warning to the United States on Saturday when they took part in a  “loyalty march” to pledge allegiance to President Maduro,.

“We will not allow invasion in country at all, under arms with our hands, we are waiting for you,” the Venezuelan armed forces said.

Washington and its allies have backed the Venezuelan opposition and are pressing Maduro to leave power. In addition, US officials have repeatedly stated that all options remain on the Venezuelan crisis, including military action.

Venezuelan President Maduro called on the country’s armed forces to wait for possible US military action against the Latin American country after a recent failed coup attempt.

As part of a campaign to push Maduro out of power, US Vice President Mike Pence gave incentives to Venezuelan military personnel to lure them into the desert and join the opposition.

- Advertisement -

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guido, who declared himself president in January, had a “direct relationship” with the US military to overthrow President Maduro’s government.

Read also: Deadly clashes between Venezuelan police and the opposition, death toll rose to 49 since the beginning of 2019

On April 30, a small group of armed forces accompanying Guaido clashed with soldiers in an anti-government demonstration in Caracas coup attempt quickly ran out despite being supported by the Trump administration.

Maduro said in a televised speech that a group of soldiers who supported Guaido had been defeated and that 25 dissident soldiers had taken refuge in the Brazilian Embassy in Caracas.

In 2002, former President Hugo Chavez was ousted for two days in a US-backed coup, but eventually defeated and the late Venezuelan president returned to power. .

Maduro has repeatedly accused Washington of organizing a “coup” against his government, blaming the United States for the economic crisis in Venezuela.

Read also: Washington warns of troops deployment in Venezuela

- Advertisement -
Zubair Yaqoob
Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at wnobserver.com He can be reached at: [email protected]
- Advertisement -

Latest News

Who is Joe Biden? – Learn more about the United States 46th President

Who is Joe Biden? The new American president was Barack Obama's deputy for eight years and a senator for...

Macron welcomes US back to the climate agreement

French President Emmanuel Macron tweeted on his Twitter account, directing the tweet to President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris to welcome the...

Nancy Pelosi: “We are ready to work under the slogan of a united America”

US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi said, "We are ready to work under the slogan of a united America". US President Joe Biden has...

Trump using presidential pardon to save potential allies

The renowned newspaper, USA Today, saw that President Donald Trump is using his power to save allies from legal risks, considering that he is...

Biden’s inauguration ceremony: Security on high alert in the American capital

The American capital has been in a state of security alert and tightening precautionary measures, with the approaching hour of the officially elected president...

Related News