Commander of U.S. Troops in South America Arrives in Colombia
WASHINGTON, DC – January 29. 2019
The commander of U.S. ground forces in South America, Major General Mark Stammer, has arrived in Colombia, next door to the crisis in Venezuela, reports the Venezuelan edition of Tenemos Noticias.
According to the article, the U.S. representative allegedly intends to discuss a number of issues with the Colombian government regarding cooperation between the two countries and methods for resolving crisis situations in the region.
It should be noted that the commander’s visit in South America has caused widespread discussion around the world and in the media. There are allegations more and more that the U.S. government intends to initiate a military invasion of Venezuela. To do this, American troops will likely need all possible assistance from the neighboring republics, including Colombia.
It is noteworthy that the Colombian National Defense Department at the moment denies negotiations with the U.S. government on the entry of U.S. troops into the territory of the South American state.
Earlier, the world's leading media wrote that the assistant to the President of the United States of America for national security John Bolton behaved carelessly during a press conference on the settlement of the situation in Venezuela, randomly showing his personal notebook to the camera. Journalists saw in it the phrase: "5,000 troops to Colombia."
It was earlier noted that the Venezuelan military began moving heavy artillery systems, main battle tanks and military equipment towards the border with Colombia, according to footage posted by residents of Eastern Venezuela.
Looks like Venezuela is in the middle of a big mess.