Post a Comment Print Share on Facebook
Featured CDU Estilo de Vida Energiekrisen roquetas Mercado inmobiliario

Fight with Guaidó : Maduro: We will not give up in Venezuela

In the power struggle against the self-proclaimed interim President Juan Guaidó of Venezuela head of state, Nicolás Maduro, does not exclude a civil war in the

- 19 reads.

Fight with Guaidó : Maduro: We will not give up in Venezuela

In the power struggle against the self-proclaimed interim President Juan Guaidó of Venezuela head of state, Nicolás Maduro, does not exclude a civil war in the South American oil country. No one can today say with certainty, what is the probability of a civil war, said Maduro in an Interview for the Spanish TV channel La Sexta. "Everything depends on the degree of the madness and aggression of the Empire of the North (USA) and its Western allies," he said.

The left-wing nationalist politician stressed: "We simply live in our country and demand that no one interferes in our internal Affairs. And we prepare ourselves to defend our Land.“ In the factories, in the universities, and in various other areas of the nation was "to arm themselves (for the protection of the government)," stressed Maduro. If it were "Milicianos", which would have completed military Training.

"We don't accept anyone ultimatums!"

Interviewer Jordi Évole, one of the most respected TV journalists of Spain, said the head of state: "what you say makes me afraid, Mr Maduro." "Really? Me. We will not give up Venezuela,“ commander replied. US President, Donald Trump have the military Option on the table. "What's that supposed to make a country there? Arise?“, Maduro asked. There is a campaign to Venezuela "as a Monster, as a dictatorship."

on Sunday the expiry of the end of the Ultimatum to Germany and six other EU States, Maduro pointed vigorously back. "We don't accept anyone ultimatums!". Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Belgium, want to acknowledge Guaidó as a legitimate Transition leader, if Maduro calls no free presidential election. "It is as if I would tell the EU: "I'll give you seven days time, the Republic of Catalonia to recognize, or I have taken measures". The international politics could not be based on ultimatums.

More about

New protests in Venezuela Maduro early elections announced yet, 2019

days of the mirror in the Morning Free

order The Interview was conducted, according to La Sexta on Friday. It should be aired on late Sunday evening. Excerpts were published on Sunday in various media. (dpa)

Avatar
Your Name
Post a Comment
Characters Left:
Your comment has been forwarded to the administrator for approval.×
Warning! Will constitute a criminal offense, illegal, threatening, offensive, insulting and swearing, derogatory, defamatory, vulgar, pornographic, indecent, personality rights, damaging or similar nature in the nature of all kinds of financial content, legal, criminal and administrative responsibility for the content of the sender member / members are belong.