‘US hegemony has come to an end’: Bolivian FM rejects idea of intervention in Venezuela

Ppl simply ask urself, if not for the purpose of regime change to install a puppet gov’t… what possible reason could the US have for interfering in another country’s business? Fortunately Maduro knows the drill…

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“The hegemony of the Western world and the [US] empire has come to an end,” Mamani told RT.

Source: ‘US hegemony has come to an end’: Bolivian FM rejects idea of intervention in Venezuela — RT News

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‘US hegemony has come to an end’: Bolivian FM rejects idea of intervention in Venezuela
The Bolivian foreign minister has firmly rejected Washington’s hegemonic ambitions as manifested in Donald Trump’s latest threat of a military intervention in Venezuela, while underlining Caracas’ right to self-determination without outside meddling.

READ MORE: US-Venezuela standoff: Latin America haunted by ‘ghost of military interventions’

Speaking to RT in Moscow following his meeting with Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov, Fernando Huanacuni Mamani emphasized that any foreign meddling in Venezuela’s domestic affairs is unacceptable.

“Our countries, Russia and Bolivia, also agree that we firmly reject any…

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UN lambastes Trump’s Venezuela military action threat

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The UN chief says Latin American countries must be safeguarded from foreign intervention after the US president threatened military intervention in Venezuela.

Source: PressTV-UN lambastes Trump’s Venezuela military action threat

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Aug 17, 2017
This July 7, 2017 file photo provided by the United Nations shows Secretary General Antonio Guterres addressing a press conference in the Swiss resort of Crans-Montana. (Photos by AFP)
This July 7, 2017 file photo provided by the United Nations shows Secretary General Antonio Guterres addressing a press conference in the Swiss resort of Crans-Montana. (Photos by AFP)

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has stressed that Latin American countries must be safeguarded from foreign intervention after US President Donald Trump threatened military action in Venezuela.

On Friday, Trump said his administration was considering many measures, “including a possible military option if necessary,” to repair what he referred to as a “dangerous mess” in Venezuela in the wake of the formation of the country’s Constituent Assembly.

Apart from being rejected by the government in Caracas and Venezuela’s opposition coalition, the statement was also rejected by all Latin American countries —…

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