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Venezuela, lunedì Trump terrà un discorso a sostegno di Guaidò

Maduro ha accusato Washington di cercare di appropriarsi delle risorse petrolifere del paese
fonte: AGV - Agenzia Giornalistica il Velino/Sputnik
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Il presidente degli Stati Uniti Donald Trump si recherà lunedì a Miami, Florida, dove terrà un discorso sulla crisi in Venezuela, esprimendo il suo sostegno al leader dell’opposizione Juan Guaido, che si è proclamato presidente ad interim del paese. Lo hanno riferito i media locali. Nel suo intervento il presidente dovrebbe affrontare anche i “pericoli del socialismo”.

Washington ha ripetutamente espresso il suo sostegno a Guaido. Maduro, a sua volta, è sostenuto dalla Cina e dalla Russia. Il presidente venezuelano ha accusato Washington di cercare di appropriarsi delle risorse petrolifere del paese e ha definito Guaido un “burattino” degli Stati Uniti.



US President Donald Trump will travel to Miami, Florida, where he will give a speech on the crisis in Venezuela, expressing his support for opposition leader Juan Guaido, who has proclaimed himself the country’s interim president, local media have reported.

The CBC Miami broadcaster reported late on Wednesday, citing White House Deputy Press Secretary Judd Deere, that Trump would deliver his address at Florida International University.

Moreover, the president is expected to address “dangers of socialism” in his lecture.

Miami Herald also reported on Wednesday that Trump would give his speech in the university’s campus, located in the city of Sweetwater, which is close to the city of Doral, home to the largest number of Venezuelans living in the United States.



Washington has repeatedly expressed his support for Guaido, the speaker of the Venezuelan legislature, as it has been seeking to dismiss Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.

Maduro, in its turn, is supported by China and Russia, among other states. The Venezuelan president has accused Washington of trying to appropriate the country’s oil assets and called Guaido a “puppet” of the United States.