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A senior Russian diplomat says Venezuela hasn’t requested Russia for navy help amid the South American nation’s political disaster.

Alexander Shchetinin, the top of the Russian International Ministry’s Latin America division, mentioned Monday that Moscow hasn’t obtained any such request from Caracas, in accordance with Russian information reviews.

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Requested to match the state of affairs in Venezuela to Syria, the place Russia has waged a navy marketing campaign to shore up President Bashar Assad’s authorities, Shchetinin mentioned “there’s a huge distinction” between Syria and Venezuela however would not elaborate.

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On the identical time, the Russian diplomat strongly warned the U.S. in opposition to making calls on the Venezuelan navy to drop assist for President Nicolas Maduro, saying it represented an “unthinkable meddling into overseas affairs of a sovereign nation.”


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