Washington has prepared a plan to help Venezuela in the event of the departure of the incumbent President of the Bolivarian Republic Nicolas Maduro.
The US is ready to provide serious financial support to Caracas, reports Bloomberg, citing the head of the National economic Council of the White House Lawrence Kudlow.
Washington intends to introduce cash to Venezuela immediately after the fall of Maduro’s power. To do this, the American side is going to use all its means and methods of delivery of currency abroad.
The United States plan to cooperate actively with the opposition leader Juan Guaido in the recovery of the Venezuelan economy. According to Kudlow, the administration of the American President will respond to the departure of Nicolas Maduro from the post of leader of the country immediately.
Recall that in January of this year in Venezuela broke out a political crisis. Juan Guaido proclaimed himself the President of the Bolivarian Republic and demanded Nicolas Maduro to leave the post of head of state. The opposition was supported by the United States and most Western countries. Russia and China stand for a peaceful resolution of the situation and insist on non-interference of third parties in the internal Affairs of Caracas.