By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Brazil believes that a peaceful solution must be found for the Venezuelan crisis and says will not allow foreign countries to use its territory as a starting point to send military troops across the border in Venezuela, said the country’s Vice-President, General Hamilton Mourão, on Monday after the Lima Group meeting region in Bogota, Colombia.
"Brazil does not consider this at all," Mourão told to Brazilian reporters. “You have to always remember that any presence of a foreign force in our country has to have authorization . . .