Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido has called for “direct relationship” with the US military in his latest bid to oust the government of President Nicolas Maduro with American help.
Guaido said at a Saturday rally in the capital Caracas that he had instructed his envoy in Washington, Carlos Vecchio, to immediately establish ties with Pentagon officials for possible military “cooperation.”
“We have instructed our ambassador Carlos Vecchio to meet immediately with the Southern Command and its admiral to establish direct relationship for cooperation,” Guaido said.
“We have said from the beginning that we will use all the resources at our disposal to build pressure.”
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