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Maduro: ‘Coupplegers will betrayal pay dearly’

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At the protest against the Maduro regime in Venezuela and two more people died, bringing the total death toll to four. Maduro himself sounded Thursday, a trooper, during a visit to a legerkazerne. Meanwhile, calls on the American president Donald Trump on ‘brutal violence’ has to stop.

After the opposition previously stated that a 27-year-old woman and a sixteen year old boy had died in the protests in Venezuela, would now have another two people were killed. That says, the ngo Venezuelan Observatory for Social Conflict. A Tuesday injured himself sixteen-year-old and a fourteen-year-old who on Wednesday was shot down, would be ultimately to their injuries succumbed.

‘The Bolivaarse armed forces for a historic task, ” president Maduro Thursday for thousands of soldiers at Fort Tiuna in Caracas. ‘Soldiers of the fatherland, the hour of battle has arrived. We need the holy fire of the military values of ignition to the imperialism, the traitors and the putschisten on the knees to force’.

Maduro made the participants in the uprising clearly that their actions will affect. “All security forces are looking into this coupplegers, isolated, alone and defeated,” said the head of state. ‘Sooner or later they will go to prison and they will their treachery pay dearly’.

Trump: ‘Brutal repression in Venezuela should soon stop

“We pray for the Venezuelan people in their righteous struggle for freedom’, responded the American president Trump on the situation in Venezuela. He did that in the gardens of the White House, on the national day of prayer in the USA.

‘The brutal repression of the Venezuelan people must stop, and quickly, ” said Trump. “The people are hungry. They have no food, they have no water in a country that is one of the richest in the world.”

The United States, which opposition leader Juan Guaido recognized as interimpresident, have heavy economic sanctions against Venezuela passed in order to Maduro to the exit to push it. The American minister of Foreign Affairs Mike Pompeo on Wednesday once again confirmed that an American military intervention is not excluded.

Russia denies

Meanwhile, Russian minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov, the messages denied as would his country, president Maduro at the couppoging have asked for Venezuela not to leave. Lavrov acknowledged that Russia and the united states discordant views about Venezuela, but that they agreed to continue to negotiate.

Lavrov and his American colleague Mike Pompeo would be next week to speak in Finland. Helsinki is the first top of Pompeo’s on a European trip. The two would be the Venezuelan situation to discuss.

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