Brazil Says Russian Troops Should Leave Venezuela If Propping Up Maduro

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Published on March 29, 2019 - Duration: 00:34s

Brazil Says Russian Troops Should Leave Venezuela If Propping Up Maduro

According to Reuters, Brazilian Foreign Minister Ernesto Araujo said that the Russian troops sent to Venezuela should leave if their purpose is to maintain the country’s leftist government in power.

In an interview with Reuters, Araujo said he hoped Russia would recognize that propping up President Nicolas Maduro would only deepen the collapse of Venezuela’s economy and society.

Araujo added that the only way out of the crisis was to hold elections under an interim government led by opposition leader Juan Guaido.

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