– A military action is possible. If it is what is needed, is it what the U.S. should do, " says Mike Pompeo.
Ever since the Venezuelan president of congress, Juan Guaidó, proclaimed itself to be a interimpresident in January, the U.S. has supported the opposition to find a way out of the crisis. It has been discussed whether the united states would intervene militarily, but that measure has previously been excluded. For the first time, now says the U.S.'s foreign minister that the country can imagine with the military means to help overthrow the dictator Nicolás Maduro.
that the USA's goal is to find a peaceful transition of power in Venezuela.
the Statement surprised high ranking military officials in the Pentagon, as the news agency Reuters talked to. The militants say they have not received any orders to prepare for an invasion, or to move troops.
On the question of whether the united states should help to overthrow Maduro, a high-ranking navy general staff, that the conflict "should first and foremost be resolved through a democratic transition".
against president Maduro may have to do with the country's leadership angered at Russia's involvement in the conflict. In several months, the united states has the cooperation with the opposition to get key people in the regime to abandon its support for Maduro.
According to the united states's foreign minister was both the minister of defence, Vladimir Padrino, nationalgardets director Iván Hernández and the Supreme court chairman Maikel Moreno willing to abandon the Attack, but at the last moment changed his mind because of Russia asked Maduro to stay in place.
serious that the Pentagon head has just set up a trip to Europe to ”more effectively coordinate” the government when it comes to the situation in Venezuela.
the Threat of militärintervention can also be seen as a way for US to give strength to the opposition, which on Wednesday called for what it calls ”the largest march in the Venezuelan history”.
In several places in the capital Caracas gathered Wednesday thousands of people to once again try to persuade the security forces to switch sides. On Tuesday, jumped 75 military officers, one of whom was a lieutenant colonel who controls the security of the congress in Caracas. 25 of the dissident soldiers took him later to the Brazilian embassy to seek asylum.
as a hard blow to Maduroregimen is that the head of the country's underrättelsestjänst changed side. He and several agents within the underrättelsestjänsten had the regime's task to monitor the imprisoned, the former opposition leader Leopoldo López, who is under house arrest.
instead of monitoring him to liberate the agents to him and helped him to escape to the Chilean embassy, and from there he later went to the Spanish embassy.
The demonstrators, who gathered in Caracas on Wednesday morning was attacked by regimtrogna troops who fired tear gas against them. Most mililtärer is still faithful to the regime and follow orders from their generals.
the military headquarters, Tiuna, on the outskirts of Caracas, has as yet no military changed sides. It suggests that Nicolás Maduro is still sitting safely.
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