In response to the riots, Maduro fulfilled Trump's demand

Thursday, 20 April, 2017 - 20:11

Venezuela is shaken by new anti-government demonstrations. The leaders of the liberal opposition took several tens of thousands of people to the streets of the capital of the country of Caracas. Sergeant and Colonel of the National Guard were killed by the protesters. The oppositionists themselves accuse the authorities of killing one young man.

The Venezuelan authorities are accused the US in of organizing riots and have already struck back - according to the decision of the Supreme Court, the plant of the company "General Motors" was confiscated. In response, the American mobile giant suspended its activities in Venezuela.

Previously, US President Donald Trump repeatedly urged manufacturers to return the production of cars in the US. Thus, involuntarily the successor of Hugo Chavez fulfilled Trump's request to "General Motors".

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