Maduro accuses Colombian president of plotting sabotage in Venezuela

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said that his Colombian counterpart, Ivan Duque, is planning sabotage acts in Venezuela aimed at eliminating some officers in security agencies and power institutions.

"Ivan Duque, in cooperation with individual criminals and organizers, plans to send saboteurs across the border, in the form of groups of thieves and criminals, to attack the police, the army and the security forces," Maduro added in a speech broadcast on state television.

According to the Venezuelan leader, President Duque seeks to demoralize Venezuela's security forces in order to deprive them of their effectiveness.

Venezuela rejects Colombian allegations of Russian "interference"
"They plan to kill the cops first, so the police lose their morale and ineffectiveness, and then attack the police and army headquarters. They warn the governors, I'm not trying to stir up the atmosphere. This is the plan of the drug mafia that runs Colombia," he said.


Maduro accuses Colombian president of plotting sabotage in Venezuela  Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said that his Colombian counterpart, Ivan Duque, is planning sabotage acts in Venezuela aimed at eliminating some officers in security agencies and power institutions.  "Ivan Duque, in cooperation with individual criminals and organizers, plans to send saboteurs across the border, in the form of groups of thieves and criminals, to attack the police, the army and the security forces," Maduro added in a speech broadcast on state television.  According to the Venezuelan leader, President Duque seeks to demoralize Venezuela's security forces in order to deprive them of their effectiveness.  Venezuela rejects Colombian allegations of Russian "interference" "They plan to kill the cops first, so the police lose their morale and ineffectiveness, and then attack the police and army headquarters. They warn the governors, I'm not trying to stir up the atmosphere. This is the plan of the drug mafia that runs Colombia," he said.  Maduro said his Colombian counterpart is desperate to hurt Venezuela before he steps down in August of this year.  Venezuela cut diplomatic ties with Colombia in February 2019 after opposition activists led by Juan Guaido attempted to move alleged humanitarian aid across the border. The Venezuelan government described the measure as an attempted invasion.  Source: RIA Novosti    Argentina is preparing to launch the production of the full Russian “Sputnik-V” vaccine on its soil  The Richmond laboratory that produces the Russian vaccine "Sputnik-V" in Argentina continues to prepare to launch its factory for the full production of the vaccine in the country.  Argentina prepares to launch vaccine productionBrazil announces agreement with Russia to supply the "Sputnik V" vaccine An informed source said, "With regard to the complete "Sputnik-V" production project in the new plant being built by the laboratory, technology transfer activities have not been suspended, and work on the plant will be launched in October-November of this year."  The Richmond Laboratory is working to transfer technology to produce Corona virus vaccines from Russia, the United States, Europe and Asia.  The sources confirmed that the laboratory currently contains 1.4 million doses of the Russian vaccine.  Source: RIA Novosti


Maduro said his Colombian counterpart is desperate to hurt Venezuela before he steps down in August of this year.

Venezuela cut diplomatic ties with Colombia in February 2019 after opposition activists led by Juan Guaido attempted to move alleged humanitarian aid across the border. The Venezuelan government described the measure as an attempted invasion.

Source: RIA Novosti

Argentina is preparing to launch the production of the full Russian “Sputnik-V” vaccine on its soil

The Richmond laboratory that produces the Russian vaccine "Sputnik-V" in Argentina continues to prepare to launch its factory for the full production of the vaccine in the country.

Argentina prepares to launch vaccine productionBrazil announces agreement with Russia to supply the "Sputnik V" vaccine
An informed source said, "With regard to the complete "Sputnik-V" production project in the new plant being built by the laboratory, technology transfer activities have not been suspended, and work on the plant will be launched in October-November of this year."

The Richmond Laboratory is working to transfer technology to produce Corona virus vaccines from Russia, the United States, Europe and Asia.

The sources confirmed that the laboratory currently contains 1.4 million doses of the Russian vaccine.

Source: RIA Novosti
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