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Evo Morales condemns Uribe’s incitement to U.S. intervention in Venezuela

Bolivia’s President Evo Morales condemned today the incitement made by Colombian ex-president Alvaro Uribe to the United States to carry out an armed intervention in Venezuela.

‘We condemn statements by @ AlvavaUribeVel, which promote the armed intervention of #EEUU in #Venezuela,’ said the President on Twitter.

‘The invasion times have passed and we cannot allow the empire to break peace in South America. Our support for the government of brother @NicolasMaduro #NoPasaran,’ he added.

In another message, Morales said that Maduro presented convincing evidence of the attempted attack of which he was a victim and stressed that the Venezuelan oligarchy, advised and financed from the United States and Colombia, was behind the assassination attempt and pointed out that nothing will stop the Bolivarian Revolution.

Last Sunday, a video was broadcast in which the senator and former president of Colombia, Alvaro Uribe, is seen giving a talk at his home in Antioquia to a group of U.S. businessmen about how to help to carry out a coup in Venezuela.

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