US President Donald Trump challenged Russia for removing troops from Venezuela and told again that he was not proclaiming decree about military action to drive the far-left President Nicholas Maduro.
Russian troop deployment, as well as equipment for reinforcing Maduro, has already inflamed high international tension in Venezuela where the Trump administration is ramming hard for dominion change amid raising bias in the oil-rich country.
Not only the wife of the Venezuelan opposition leader and self-declared President Juan Guaido, Fabiana Rosales but also the US President Donald Trump said, “ Russia has to get out”. The self-declared Venezuelan President Juan Guaido got the international acknowledgment for replacing Nicholas Maduro.
Russian Foreign Ministry representative Maria Zakharova canceled the demand of the US President claiming the troops return related issue and questioned why US troops were still in Syria, where the Assad reign depends heavily on the Russian support.
Russian Foreign Ministry representative also quoted, “he told the United States would pull back from Syria ”, reported by the Interfax news agency. She also added, “Before deciding the fate of another country I advise fulfilling promises made to the international community. ”
Russia is one of the influential countries which still acknowledged Nicholas Maduro as Venezuelan leader. Therefore, Russia sent two aircraft carrying 100 troops and tons of military equipment to Venezuela on Saturday. Nicholas Maduro is leading over economic chaos, with the oil-rich country unable to supply average medical and even food supplies to much of the population.
The mega reception offered to Fabiana Rosales from the Trump administration to boost Guaido, who is under crucial pressure from Maduro.
Earlier Fabiana Rosales met with US Vice President Mike Pence separately, as he plays a major role in the aggressive stand of the administration against Maduro, and who also called out Russia.
US Vice President Mike President told, “ Guaido is the only legitimate president of Venezuela. Venezuela is in crisis after years of dictatorship and oppression”.