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    Venezuela's president is preparing "militarily" for Trump's threats

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    Post by Rocky Tue 15 Aug 2017, 1:32 am

    Venezuela's president is preparing "militarily" for Trump's threats

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    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has called for military training after US President Donald Trump threatened a possible military intervention in his country, but Maduro said he still wanted talks with Trump.
    While Maduro called on his supporters in Caracas on Monday to prepare for an "imperialist" invasion, US Vice President Mike Pence sought to allay fears in the region about Trump's statements and promised a peaceful solution to the Venezuelan crisis.
    Maduro is struggling with an economic collapse at home and an increase in isolation abroad, while Trump's comments are used to reiterate his accusations that Washington is preparing for a military attack on his country.
    Maduro urged his supporters to join a two-day operation on August 26-27 with the participation of civilians and military personnel and said: "Everyone must join the defense plan, millions of men and women.
    Thousands of government supporters rallied in Caracas, condemning Trump's "military option" to resolve Venezuela's crisis.
    More than 120 people have been killed in unrest in Venezuela since April, fueled by anger over shortages of medicines and foodstuffs, as well as a constituent assembly condemned by governments around the world as a dictatorship.
    Maduro said Trump's advisors gave him an incorrect picture of the real situation in Venezuela.
    "I want to talk on the phone with Mr. Trump ... to tell him that they are deceiving you, Trump. All they tell you about Venezuela is a lie, they are pushing you from the top of the cliff."

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    Maduro orders military exercises in response to Trump's threats


    15/08/2017



    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Monday ordered military maneuvers across the country on August 26-27, in response to threats from his US counterpart Donald Trump to Caracas not to rule out US intervention to solve the crisis in Venezuela.

    "I have ordered the chief of staff of the armed forces to begin preparing for national maneuvers, civil and military, for the integrated defense of our homeland, Venezuela," Maduro told thousands of his supporters at a rally in Caracas. He said the exercises would take place on August 26 and 27.

    "We have several options for Venezuela, including a military option if necessary," Trump said on Friday, sparking anger among the Venezuelan government and several Latin American countries. Sf

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    Post by Rocky Tue 15 Aug 2017, 3:39 am

    Maduro to Trump: Venezuela can not be intimidated, Mr. Trump


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    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has confirmed his country's determination to counter any aggression by the United States, in response to President Donald Trump's promise to use force against Venezuela to tackle the political crisis.

    "Venezuela can not be intimidated, Mr. Trump," Maduro said, addressing thousands of demonstrators gathered outside the presidential palace in Caracas.

    Maduro announced that he had ordered large-scale military exercises in late July to confirm the readiness of the national armed forces to defend the country's territory. The Venezuelan president renewed his call to his US counterpart to meet him and hold direct talks with him.

    Venezuelan Defense Minister Vladimir Padrinho said Monday that Washington had revealed its aggressive intentions when Caracas threatened a possible military intervention against it.

    "It is obvious that they abandoned all other means and methods, especially the so-called soft coup," Venezuelan media quoted Padrinu as saying. "They showed their real face as they took the path of military aggression."

    The minister stressed that Venezuela will take all necessary measures to defend itself.

    While Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Ariza said that the citizens of the country must unite and stand up to defend the sovereignty of their homeland.

    At a rally in Caracas on Monday, Ariza said: "As the threat from the American empire worsens, people have to go out in the streets in greater numbers and show that we are a people of sovereignty and dignity." The United States must reflect on its threats after receiving support from Venezuela from international organizations and a number of countries.

    Venezuela is ready to defend its sovereignty "through dialogue or in any other way," he said.

    Caracas's official comments came on the back of US President Donald Trump's remarks, which said on Saturday that the United States does not rule out the use of military force to resolve the political crisis in Venezuela, as the confrontation between the Authority and the opposition intensified. The White House also said that the US administration considers it impossible to accept the offer of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on a meeting between him and Trump.

    US Vice President Mike Pines said that Washington is ready to implement a number of economic and diplomatic measures against Venezuela unless the country returns to the democratic system.

    It is noteworthy that many Latin American countries have expressed their opinion against any external interference in Venezuela, regardless of its position on the political situation in Venezuela.

    On Saturday, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Mexico and Nicaragua announced their opposition to the use of military force against Caracas.

    Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has asked US Vice President Mike Pines during his visit to Bogota to rule out US military intervention in Venezuela. "Neither Colombia nor Latin America can agree to such interference," he said.

    Even the opposition, which Maduro accuses of serving US interests, has expressed its rejection of "any military threat coming from an outside country, whatever."

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