British Support for Opposition Administration in Venezuela Uncovered

The British government was planning for a "post-Maduro" period. Are oil reserves in the disputed border region with Guyana a key element in the plans?

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The British government has apparently been supporting attempts to destabilize Venezuela's elected government for some time. A document published by the British news website "The Canary" discloses the existence of a "Venezuela Reconstruction Unit" in the country's Foreign Ministry.

A Ministry spokesperson later confirmed to the online magazine that the unit "was formed in the fall of 2019 to coordinate the UK's involvement in international efforts to provide solutions to the appalling economic and humanitarian situation in Venezuela". The unit's chairman is John Saville, who served as the UK's ambassador to . . .

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