Juan Guido reported on a secret meeting of the opposition with the military in Venezuela
NEW YORK, January 31. /TASS/ — According to the leader of the Venezuelan opposition, “the transfer of power will require support from key military contingents”.
Representatives of the Venezuelan opposition held a secret meeting with military and security personnel in the country. This was announced by the leader of the opposition of Venezuela Juan Guido in an article published Wednesday on the website of the newspaper The New York Times.
The transfer of power will require support from key military contingents. We held a secret meeting with military and security personnel. We offered Amnesty to all who had not been convicted of crimes against humanity.
Guide, stressed that “regime change end of support [current President Nicolas] Maduro with the military plays a key role.” According to the leader of the opposition, “the majority of those who serve, agrees that the hardships to which recently faced the country, unjustified”.
“Already more than 50 States have recognized me as the acting President or the National Assembly as the legitimate government in Venezuela,” he assured, Guido. He noted that he appealed to the UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres and several other international organizations to provide support to “alleviate the humanitarian crisis.”
“I started the process of appointing ambassadors, to search for and return of national assets frozen abroad,” — said the leader of the opposition.
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