The USA are preparing an invasion in Venezuela
The USA intend to ask the UN Security Council to vote on a draft resolution that urges to allow the arrival of humanitarian aid to Venezuela during this week — Interfax reports while referring the statement of the US Special Representative for Venezuela — Elliott Abrams. The Russian Permanent Representative to the UN, Vasily Nebenzya, proposed to consider a draft on Venezuela, the content of which will be similar to the draft on Haiti, where the situation was almost the same, and which was approved by the United States. Vasily Nebenzya reminded that the resolution spoke about the unrest, the death of civilians, and it said that the citizens of Haiti need to express their position by peaceful means. The readiness of the UN Security Council to «work with the people and the government of Haiti to achieve security and prosperity» was also noted. The text stated that all parties must show goodwill, needed to solve the political and socio-economic problems.
2 the United States — Venezuela
Washington doesn’t plan a military operation against Venezuela — said the US Special Representative Elliott Abrams. According to him — the United States intend to «use diplomacy, economic, and political pressure». The United States also plan to expand the list of sanctions against Venezuela. The sanctions will be against the «high-ranking members of the regime, and people involved in their financial affairs» — RIA NEWS reports. Earlier, the Secretary of the Security Council of Russia, Nikolai Patrushev, announced that the US are moving their military to Puerto Rico and Colombia, and they are preparing an invasion in Venezuela.
On Wednesday, the US President Donald Trump and the leader of the DPRK Kim Jong-un will begin their two-day meeting in the capital of Vietnam, the city of Hanoi — Interfax reports. It is the second such US-DPRK summit. It was organized to give new energy to the results of the first meeting in Singapore in June of 2018. Given the statements made after that meeting — both sides understand the way of the implementation of the Singapore agreements differently. Pyongyang hoped that in response to the abandoning of its nuclear missile program, and the start of demolishing of the nuclear and missile facilities — the US would ease the sanctions, and make steps towards the signing of a peace treaty following the Korean War of 1950-53. The DPRK also expected solid guarantees of its own security from the United States, which could include a reduction of the American military presence in South Korea. Washington stated that the cancelation of the sanctions against North Korea and the signing of a peace treaty are possible only after the final, irreversible and verifiable denuclearization of the DPRK.