from Fort Russ News
The administration of President Donald Trump plans to divert more
than $40 million initially earmarked for humanitarian aid in Central
America to fund the Venezuelan opposition.
According to the
newspaper The Los Angeles Times, in an internal memo obtained by The
Times, dated July 11, the US Agency for International Development
notified Congress that the money will go to Venezuela in response to an
urgent crisis involves US national interests.
according to the memorandum, it is planned to channel US $41.9 million,
originally intended to help Guatemala and Honduras, to finance
Venezuelan opponent Juan Guaidó and his group, including wages, good
governance, training, propaganda, technical assistance in elections and
other projects, supposedly to build democracy.
In mid-June, the
Trump administration announced that it would not make new funds
available to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras until their governments
implemented concrete measures to curb irregular migration...
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