Detained in Venezuela, the mercenary reported on the meeting of Guido Chapter Silvercorp in the United States.
The opposition leader of Venezuela met with Jordan Goodro to discuss the details of an armed invasion in the Bolivarian Republic
The opposition leader of Venezuela Juan Guido personally met with the head of American security firm Silvercorp Jordan Hydro in Washington to discuss the details of an armed invasion in the Bolivarian Republic. On Tuesday said one of the detainees had landed in the South American country of mercenaries Antonio SCEA, the interview video which was broadcast on state television of the Republic.
“In mid-March, when Guido was traveling in the United States, Jordan Hydro <...> told us on the phone that was at the meeting with Guido in the White House and that the [Guido] regarded him as a military adviser for the displacement of the regime in Venezuela. It gave us confidence and sense of security because a year earlier you saw Jordan [Hudra] together with the security services of the President [USA] Donald Trump,” said SCEA.
Last Thursday, the Washington Post reported that in October 2019, the Venezuelan opposition has signed a contract worth $213 million with U.S. security firm Silvercorp to overthrow Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
May 3, Venezuelan authorities announced that they were able to prevent the penetration of the Columbia group of mercenaries who intended to carry out a coup in the Bolivarian Republic of to kill President Nicolas Maduro.
Among those detained were two American citizens. In-state television, President Maduro showed their documents in the name Luke Alexander Denman and Ira berry. The first of them told during interrogation that together with his accomplices was to take control of the airport and deliver to the Venezuelan leader, then take him to the United States.
The US President Donald Trump said that Washington has nothing to do with the group of people arrested in Venezuela and that the United States would not have to hide the fact of carrying out operations against the country if