US President Donald Trump said he may discuss Venezuelan Crisis with Russian President Vladimir Putin soon, according to Reuters reports.
“We will probably be talking at some point,” the US leader told reporters at his estate in Florida. “I’ll be talking to a lot of people – perhaps President Putin, perhaps President Xi of China.”
US national security adviser John Bolton said on Friday that Trump was set to talk with Putin by phone soon. He also said his country viewed the deployment of other states’ troops in Venezuela as a threat to the region.
El Comercio earlier reported the arrival of An-124 and Il-62 planes to Caracas Airport on March 23, carrying Russian servicemen and 35 tonnes of cargo on board. Venezuelan President of the Constituent Assembly Diosdado Cabello later confirmed the information.
In a comment released on March 26, Russian Foreign Ministry’s spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said that experts from Russia arrived in Venezuela in strict compliance with the country’s constitution and the bilateral intergovernmental agreement on military-technical cooperation signed in May 2001 and duly ratified by both states.
The political crisis in Venezuela intensified after Venezuelan parliament speaker Juan Guaido, whose appointment to that position had been cancelled by the country’s Supreme Court, declared himself interim president at a rally in the country’s capital of Caracas on January 23. The United States is among the nations who recognized Guaido, while Russia is among those who vowed support to Maduro
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