U.S Coast Guard arrived in Guyana’s waters

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This Tuesday, January 12, a United States coast guard vessel that is part of the Southern Command arrived in Guyana, as confirmed by images published by the teleSUR correspondent, Madelin Garcia.

The photos that the journalist disseminated on the social network Twitter show the vessel in Guyanese waters and part of the crew that makes it up. The arrival constitutes, as denounced by Vice President Delcy Rodríguez, a provocation and threat, together with military exercises alert the region to operations that Washington could develop.

“We are in the presence of an agonizing action in the last hours of the Government of Donald Trump that intends to create provocations, threats and aggressions against Venezuelan people and sovereignty,” explained the Venezuelan official.

Let us remember that on the afternoon of this Monday, January 11, the head of the United States Southern Command, Admiral Craig Faller, also arrived in the aforementioned territory, in order to discuss with authorities of this region cooperation in the area of ​​security and regarding joint maneuvers.

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