Are the US, Brazil, and Colombia Preparing for Military Intervention in Venezuela?

Russian News Agency TASS claims intervention is most likely.

By Xiu Ying, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Maduro administration accuses the United States, Brazil, and Colombia of preparing for military intervention, says Russian News Agency TASS.

Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodriguez is reported to have said that these countries intend to ignore the will of the Venezuelan people and launch a military offense.

US and Brazilian officials declined to comment.

An overview of the Venezuela situation

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