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Cuba has warned of possible US military intervention in Venezuela under the humanitarian pretext and called for international efforts to avoid the scenario.

A Cuba government statement yesterday said the US intends to create a humanitarian pretext to initiate military aggression against Venezuela.

The statement said U.S. military aircraft had transported troops between February 6 and 10, involving U.S. military bases in Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and other Caribbean islands without the consent of local governments.

Cuba also accused Washington of pressuring other governments into supporting a new presidential election in Venezuela and recognizing self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaido, who is the leader of National Assembly of Venezuela.



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