Juan Guaidó has called for mass protests on Wednesday. During the two hours at noon local time, early evening, Swedish time, he calls on the people to leave their job or home to go out on the streets and demonstrate against the regime.
It will be the first major today since last week's protests, in connection with which the Guaidó proclaimed himself acting president. This after allegations of electoral fraud during the presidential elections last year. Protests are also planned for Saturday.
spent the last few days on various military exercises in order to consolidate their support of the troops. In a speech to around 2,500 soldiers during the Wednesday morning he called for ”total unit” and ”maximum morale”, reports the AFP.
He he published also a video on Facebook from his presidential palace, where he accused the president of the united states, Donald Trump, and ”this group of extremists” in order to stage a coup in order to get access to Venezuelan oil reserves, the largest in the world.
the american people in the video, and warned that the country could be on the way to repeat a bloody chapter in AMERICA's history.
" We will not allow a Vietnam in Latin america. If the united states is planning to invade, they will receive a Vietnam worse than they can imagine, " he said in the video according to the AP.
In an interview with the Russian news agency RIA, he claims also to Trump the ”no doubt” given orders to both the government and the mafia in Colombia to kill Maduro. This accusation, as even Maduro predecessor Hugo Chávez repeated during his time in power, has been denied by both the united states and Colombia.
behind the Guaidó as temporary president, was quick to impose sanctions on Venezuela's state oil company. Donald Trump also called Guaidó during the Wednesday to give him his ”strong support”.
Last week, five EU countries (Uk, Germany, France, the Netherlands and Spain) an ultimatum to putin's plans to announce a new election within eight days, otherwise they set themselves behind the Guaidó as interim president.
" Europe must take the ultimatum seriously and let there be consequences if it is denied. We need more sanctions from the EU. More and more people are getting murdered and it is clear that the regime is totally corrupt, says Guaidó to the German magazine Bild.
stated that he will not give in to the EU-countries ' requirements. However, the state he announced Wednesday that he is willing to negotiate with Guaidó, ”for Venezuela's peace and the sake of the future of”.
the Negotiations could be done with medlingshjälp of other countries, he says, and mentions Mexico, Uruguay, Bolivia, Vatican city and Russia as potential partners.
Russia, which backed Maduro, is also willing to mediate. Foreign minister Sergei Lavrov says that Russia would be able to offer a more balanced dialogförhållanden than the western world.
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