The Democratic Congressional representative in the US Congress, Rw Khana, warned Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guido of his ambition to play a key role in any US military intervention in his country.
"Mr. Guaydou, you can declare yourself a leader of Venezuela, but you can not agree to US military interventions," wrote Khana, a member of the California House of Representatives, on his Twitter page on Saturday. We will not do that. "
Mr. Guaido, you can proclaim yourself leader of Venezuela but you do not get to authorize US military interventions. Only the US Congress can do that. We will not. https://t.co/rbPldFOnOZ
– Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) 9 February 2019
The Democrat MP responded to statements by Guido to Agence France-Presse on Friday, saying he was ready, if necessary, to approve US military intervention in his country to oust President Nicolas Maduro and end the humanitarian crisis.
"We will do whatever is necessary, obviously the issue is controversial, but in our exercise of our sovereignty and our authorities, we will do what is necessary," Guido said in response to a question on whether he intends to use his powers as acting president and president of the parliament to approve foreign military intervention in his country. .
On January 23, Juan Guido, president of the Venezuelan parliament opposed to the rule of President Nicolas Maduro, declared himself acting president until new presidential elections were held in his country. The next day, the United States announced its recognition of Guaydou as interim President of Venezuela, followed the footsteps of Washington dozens of countries, while Russia, China and a number of other countries supported Maduro as the legitimate head of his country.
Source: RT + Agencies