Russia condemns threats of military intervention in Venezuela
After the recent declarations of the Secretary of the Organization of American States, Luis Almagro, who did not discard a military intervention in Venezuela with the objective of deposing the leadership of the president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, the government of Russia through the spokeswoman of the Ministry of Foreign Relations, María Zajárova, assured that her country strongly condemns a possible military intervention in the Caribbean nation, promoted by the American political elites and the media corporations.
“Moscow strongly condemns the issue of military intervention to Venezuela promoted by some US politicians and their Latin American partners, as well as by the American media”, she said during a press conference held in Moscow, where she also offered details of what the russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov’s agenda will be, during the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly.
In this sense, Zarájova assured that the Latin American countries do not support the interventionist actions of the United States government, because they know the consequences of the policy of the Great Club, which aims at the political and military intervention in the continent as it happened in the twentieth century in countries such as the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Haiti and others.
On the other hand, the Foreign Affairs spokesperson highlighted the serious consequences of the controlled chaos policy that Washington intends to use against the Bolivarian Government of Venezuela and how it’s moving away from the humanitarian objectives declared by the United States.