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Maduro blamed US assassination plans

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has accused the US spy agency CIA and US military of plotting to assassinate him.

At a military ceremony on Friday, Maduro focused on visits to Colombia and Brazil by CIA Director William Burns and Admiral Craig Fowler, commander of Southcom, the military branch in charge of Central and South America.

‘What did they do? Our sources in Colombia assure us that he (…) has come to my life and to other important political and military leaders to come up with a plan to make an effort, “Maduro said indignantly.” Has President Joe Biden approved of this plan?

Maduro, who has no evidence to support his allegations, continues to talk of a plot, military invasion or assassination plot. He places responsibility on the United States and its regional allies, Brazil and Colombia, for failing to recognize his re-election in 2018.

Like his predecessor Donald Trump, Biden did not consider the left-wing Maduro to be Venezuela’s legitimate president. Washington supports right-wing Juan Guido as interim president. For three years now, the United States has pursued a policy of diplomatic pressure and sanctions to oust Maduro, but has not succeeded.

Biden chooses the most flexible diplomatic approach. He called on the EU and Canada to review sanctions if talks between the government and the opposition on “credible, inclusive and transparent elections” progress.

At a military ceremony on Friday, Maduro focused on visits to Colombia and Brazil by CIA Director William Burns and Admiral Craig Fowler, commander of Southcom, the military branch in charge of Central and South America. ‘What did they do? Our sources in Colombia assure us that he (…) has come to my life and to other important political and military leaders to come up with a plan to make an effort, “Maduro said indignantly.” Has President Joe Biden approved of this plan? Maduro, who has given no evidence of his allegations, continues to talk of a plot, military invasion or assassination plot, and he places the blame on the United States and its regional allies Brazil and Colombia for failing to recognize his re-election in 2018. Like his predecessor Donald Trump, Biden left-wing Maduro Washington does not consider Venezuela a legitimate president, and supports right – wing Juan Guido as interim president. Has been about, but not successful. Biden chooses the most flexible diplomatic approach. He called on the EU and Canada to review sanctions if talks between the government and the opposition on “credible, inclusive and transparent elections” progress.

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