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Maduro Claims Colombia's Mercenaries Planning 'New Attack' on Venezuela Soon

Caracas cut off diplomatic relations with Colombia in February 2019, citing Bogota’s cooperation with the Venezuelan opposition over bringing humanitarian aid into the country. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said at that time that he couldn’t “keep putting up with Colombian territory being used for attacks” against the country.

Nicolas Maduro has accused Colombia of masterminding an attack against the Venezuelan military with support from the country’s president Ivan Duque.

"Colombia is preparing new attacks against the country's military, with trained mercenaries, with funding from Ivan Duque, preparing attacks at the end of this year,” Maduro said in a speech that he shared with followers on Twitter.

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