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    • KapteinB
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      2 months ago

      “We are following the situation with concern, but I don’t think it’s going to come to that [an armed confrontation],” Ambassador Gisela Padovan, secretary for Latin America and the Caribbean at the Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, told Reuters Tuesday, adding that she trusted Brazilian diplomacy and that of the rest of the neighboring countries will manage to “deflate the process.”

      Let's hope, but this doesn't sound promising. If the numbers on Wikipedia are anything to go by, Guyana is basically defenceless against Venezuela. And Maduro chose a good time to do this, with the World's democracies too weary from the war in Ukraine to get involved in another one.