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Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov hits out at U.S. 'provocations' in Venezuela

WorldNews Friday, 7 February 2020
Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov hits out at U.S. 'provocations' in VenezuelaBy Marianna Parraga MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Thursday denounced U.S. foreign policy in Venezuela, criticizing U.S. "provocations" and attempts to create what he called a pretext for military intervention. Lavrov's censure of Washington, on a low-profile visit to Mexico, came at an awkward time for the host nation. Mexico's government has been going out of its way to avoid antagonizing the Trump administration, meeting its demands over immigration and other issues...
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