"The already uncertain situation in Venezuela has become even more full of rumors, since a large Russian passenger aircraft has landed in the capital, Caracas."
"it Has with the Russian security personnel to do? Or is president Nicolás Maduro on the way to go in exile – and he may with the country's gold reserve?"
"When a Boeing 777 with a capacity for 400 passengers and owned by the Russian Nordwind Airlines landed in Caracas bubbled social media in the country over the rumors and theories. The plane is parked at a secluded part of the Simón Bolívar airport and it has flown there directly from Moscow, according to the available flight data. The Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta reports that there were two entire crews, but no passengers on board when the plane took off from Moscow."
"But what does it do in Caracas? Sources have indicated that military personnel who are employed by the Kremlin-linked Russian security firms already exist in Venezuela to protect Maduro. Can the plane have something to do with them, or is the Attack about to throw in the towel in the face of the pressure on him to resign? And is the gold reserve or other public assets going to be abroad?"
"Questions, and often unproven answers, many on social media."
"the Flight data also shows that the plane often flies between Russia and south-east Asia, and neither Nordwind Airlines or some other commercial airlines have direct flights between Moscow and Caracas."
"Russia and its president Vladimir Putin doesn't have many allies left in Latin america. But Russia has invested heavily, both financially and politically in Venezuela."