Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro has met with the military high command on Monday and announced that all intelligence, counter-intelligence and the special command center for the “protection of the president and miraflores” have been activated.

The move comes one day after the US State Department has introduced new sanctions against Nicolas Maduro, following Venezuela’s violations of the arms embargo with the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Venezuela conducted several military games within the last months, due to increased tensions with the United States.

Last May, Venezuelan forces and intelligence dismantled a coup attempt led by two-American private contractors. The US denied any involvement in the armed invasion.

 

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Garnet Troy Rossi
Garnet Troy Rossi
2020-09-23 10:46

I strongly advise one and all to carefully consider NOT to post any comments on so-called AMN. This website appears to be a media FRONT of the twin terrorist organisations CIA and Mossad. I am basing my analysis on reading a few articles that CLEARLY show strong their brainwashing propaganda. One thing is crystal clear : this website is a NOT the voice or face of the Syrian Govt or Iranian Govt or the Russian govt. The manager of the website is a LOW-IQ scammer who COPIES & PASTES then cavalierly states “From Agencies” or “Newsdesk”, without properly and adequately… Read more »

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2020-09-23 14:38

But you haven’t provided any links to your sources?