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Brazil Calls on Russian Military to Exit Venezuela if 'Propping Up Maduro'

When responding to US President Donald Trump's statement, saying that Russia "needed to get out of Venezuela," Moscow has emphasised that Russian military personnel is implementing bilateral defence agreements in the Latin American state and will stay there as long as both sides deem necessary.

The Brazilian foreign minister has stated that the Russian military should leave Venezuela if they were "propping up" President Nicolas Maduro.

In an interview with Reuters, Brazilian top diplomat Ernesto Arauijo said he hoped Moscow would recognise that supporting Maduro would "only deepen the collapse of Venezuela's economy and society and that the only way out of the crisis was to hold elections under an interim government led by opposition leader Juan Guaido."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I can visualize Russia's President Putin laughing his head off, at this.

There is truly nothing either President Trump or Brazil's president can do at this time; they absolutely missed the window on this, and Guaido is up the creek,without the proverbial "paddle".

And whoever, in the US government could not see this scenario all the way through, that Russia was, in fact, going to send troops to protect Maduro, should be sacked, and immediately given their notice, and escorted out of this government...permanently.

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