Putin: U.S. Military Intervention In Venezuela Would Be A Disaster

Russian President Vladimir Putin warned on Thursday that U.S. military intervention in Venezuela would be a disaster and said even Washington’s allies did not support such a course of action. Speaking at an economic forum in St Petersburg, Putin also said that Russian technical specialists remained in Venezuela in order to service Russian military hardware, something he said they were contractually obliged to do. However, he said Moscow was not setting up any special military bases in Venezuela, a close Russian ally.
 

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He knows. Putin's military intervention in Syria has peace, harmony and prosperity. Demagogue.

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Yep. ... and the Venezuela oil assets remain in Russia?

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It would be nice to see Russians away from Ukraine ... but it's not a problem. Anexion is okay.

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With or without Putin, I hope so Maduro's days are numbered...

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Russia is one of the Maduro’s major supporters in its standoff with the U.S.  Interesting that their  state defense contractor Rostec, which has trained Venezuelan troops and advised on securing arms contracts, has cut its staff in Venezuela...

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1 minute ago, Pavel said:

Russia is one of the Maduro’s major supporters in its standoff with the U.S.  Interesting that their  state defense contractor Rostec, which has trained Venezuelan troops and advised on securing arms contracts, has cut its staff in Venezuela...

Mercenaries...It's always about the money. And ,oil in this case.

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Military intervention ANYWHERE is a disaster, by definition. 

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