Brazilian Government Denies Involvement in Venezuela Attack

The accusation was made by the Venezuelan Minister of Communications, Jorge Rodríguez

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian government denied involvement in an attack on a military outpost in southern Venezuela, near the border with Brazil.

According to local authorities, in the action that took place on Sunday, December 22nd, a military officer was killed and six people were arrested. Weapons were said to have been stolen in the attack.

On Twitter, Venezuelan Communications Minister Jorge Rodríguez accused the Brazilian government of assisting the training of the attackers.

"These criminals were trained in fully identified paramilitary camps in Colombia and received the collaboration of the government of Jair Bolsonaro," Rodríguez . . .

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