Interim president of Venezuela meets with vice president of USA on Monday in Bogota

The self-proclaimed Venezuelan interim president Juan Guaidó made Sunday announced that he was the American vice-president Mike Pence Monday will meet in an emergency session of the Lima group.

The Lima group is a grouping of fourteen countries on the American continent. The countries hope that the crisis in Venezuela quickly to an end.

The emergency session of the Lima group will take place in the Colombian capital Bogota. The group called Venezuelan military previously to get behind Guaidó to scissors.

Guaidó asks international partners Sunday to what concerns the fight against the incumbent president Nicolás Maduro “all options open”.

Los acontecimientos de hoy me obligan a tomar una decisión: plantear a la Comunidad Internacional de manera formal que debemos tener abiertas todas las if you follow one para lograr la liberación de esta Patria que lucha y seguirá luchando.
¡La esperanza nació para no morir, Venezuela!

AvatarAuteurjguaidoMoment of plaatsen02:33 – February 24, 2019

U.S. condemns violence against civilians Venezuela

The U.S., the violence against the Venezuelan civilian population strongly condemned. The American minister of Foreign affairs Mike Pompeo tweeted: “These attacks lead to deaths and injuries.” Also expressed his condolences to the families of the victims.

The American minister said in another tweet that the US will take action against “those who oppose the peaceful recovery of the Venezuelan democracy”.


Guards abandon post at the border with Venezuela

More than 300 wounded by chaos at the border

Previously reported Guaidó on Twitter that trucks with supplies from Colombia in Venezuela were stopped. In the Venezuelan border town of Cucuta crossed the Venezuelan police and soldiers, two trucks with relief supplies into fire.

A boat with supplies from Puerto Rico also returned. The crew of the boat would be in danger.

Kill by protests at Colombian border

Protesters in the border cities, Urena and San Antonio with tear gas and rubber bullets attacked by soldiers of the Venezuelan incumbent president Nicolás Maduro support.

On the border with Brazil fell on Friday by the chaos surrounding the protests already two dead, including a fourteen-year-old boy. About 31 people were there, wounded.


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