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Maduro rejects EU countries with ultimatum on to print the selection

the president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, rejecting the glossy an ultimatum posed by a number of countries in the EU to print the selection. Maduro said in

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Maduro rejects EU countries with ultimatum on to print the selection

the president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, rejecting the glossy an ultimatum posed by a number of countries in the EU to print the selection.

Maduro said in an interview with the Spanish television station Sexta, that he will not "succumb to pressure" from those who demand his departure.

- They are trying to push us into a corner with ultimatummer to force us into a extreme situation of confrontation, he says, among other things.

Seven EU countries - including the Uk, France and Germany - have given Maduro a period which ends Sunday, to print a presidential election in the troubled country.

If the Maduro meets the requirement, the seven EU countries officially recognise the opposition leader Juan Guaidó as the country's acting president.

the UNITED states, Canada, Australia and a number of Latin american countries already recognize Guaidó as the president of Venezuela.

Juan Guaidó announced Sunday that he will ask the EU to send emergency aid to the country's hårdtprøvede citizens.

- We will exercise our power to deal with the crisis, re-establish democracy and achieve freedom, writes the 35-year-old leader of the national Assembly, on Twitter.

According to the Guaidó risk of 300,000 venezuelans to die, if not the country receiving the aid.

the UNITED states has long been at the forefront for increased international pressure to get the Maduro set aside as president.

the Americans have imposed on the Maduro regime sanctions, and calls on the army to change sides and support the young president, Juan Guaidó, who has proclaimed himself interim president.

president of the UNITED states, Donald Trump, has warned Maduro that he is considering a military intervention in the oil-rich country.

on Sunday visited Nicolas Maduro, however, soldiers on the country's northeastern coast. Here, he urged them to stand together. Day before had one of his generals officially announced its support for the Juan Guaidó.

- the Opposition will leave the country in ruins for the gringo empire (the derogatory term for the UNITED states, red.) and local oligarchs, said Maduro, among others, for its soldiers.

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