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Mourao: Brazil Doesn’t Consider “Under Any Circumstances” One US Base For Intervention in Venezuela

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The Brazilian government does not consider under any circumstances to allow the United States to use Brazil’s territory in a possible intervention in Venezuela, said Vice President Hamilton Mourao on Monday in an interview with GloboNews TV in Bogota, where he participates in the meeting of the Lima Group.

In the interview, Mourao also said that Brazil is working to prevent the Venezuelan crisis from generating conflict in the region and said that it would be very bad to bring to South America a climate similar to what existed in the Cold War era.

Brazil does not consider this at all, Mourao said when asked if the country would allow the United States to use its territory in a possible intervention.

You have to always remember that any presence of foreign force in our country has to have authorization from the National Congress, the government can not simply do this, explained the deputy, adding that the majority of the government of President Jair Bolsonaro is against allowing the US to use Brazilian territory for intervention in the neighboring country.