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Trump: the Troops to Venezuela an option

In the interview with CBS says Donald Trump to the incumbent president Nicolás Maduro called for a meeting a few months ago, as Trump, however, denied the reque

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Trump: the Troops to Venezuela an option

In the interview with CBS says Donald Trump to the incumbent president Nicolás Maduro called for a meeting a few months ago, as Trump, however, denied the request. He is not particularly interested in engaging in the present.

" We have come a long way in the process, which unfolds nicely, with very, very large protests. It is democracy in action,” he said to CBS.

Reporter's question on what would be required to send american troops wanted to Trump not go into.

" But certainly, it is an option.

Delcy Rodriguez denounced later in the Sunday Trumps the statements at a press briefing for the Russian journalists.

– We do not accept these statements from the president of the united states. The hidden motive behind them is the desire to lay hands on Venezuela's rich resources, " she said, according to the Russian news agency Tass.

also that the united states will send biståndshjälp to the venezuelans have, after a request from Juan Guaidó. Nicolás Maduro has previously rejected this type of deals as ”a pretext for military intervention.”

"We are not and never have been a country of beggars," said Maduro on Saturday, according to the BBC.

Because the Guaidó does not control any territory in Venezuela, the plan is to put up help desks in neighbouring countries, where many from the population has fled.

, Australia, Ukraine, Georgia and several countries in Latin america since previously recognized Juan Guaidó as Venezuela's legitimate leader.

Several EUROPEAN countries, including France, Germany, the Uk and Spain, has set an ultimatum to Maduro: utlys of an election within eight days, otherwise, we acknowledge Juan Guaidó as interim president. The deadline for the eight days expire today, Sunday. Maduro has previously stated that he will not call an early presidential election and demanded that the ultimatum be withdrawn.

Both France and Austria during the Sunday reiterated that they will admit Guaidó if new elections are not announced before Monday.

has previously been on the Maduro side.

Sweden has not yet provided any official information about where they stand on the issue. They will participate in the international contact group that will meet for an emergency summit in Uruguay on Thursday.

in Addition to Sweden consists of the liaison group of representatives from the EU countries France, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, and the united kingdom, and the Latin american countries, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Ecuador and Uruguay.

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