VENEZUELA’S Putin-loving dictator Nicolás Maduro has unveiled a new map that shows two thirds of Guyana under his control.
The unpredictable president, 61, is bringing his country closer to the brink of war as he increasingly ramps up threats to snatch his neighbours oil-rich lands.
In an over-the-top ceremony, the stern-faced socialist pulled the curtains down on a large new map that clearly depicted the disputed region of Essequibo as part of Venezuela.
Whipping the crows up into a frenzy, Maduro cried: “Let’s see where on the map we will celebrate tonight.
“Long live the complete map of Venezuela!
“Long live the homeland. Long live all of Venezuela!”
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Venezuela’s military has been amassing near the border of its small Commonwealth neighbour for weeks now, sparking fears of an impending invasion.
In recent years, Venezuela re-activated their claim to the western part of Guyana since the discovery of offshore oil and gas.
If Maduro follows through with his…
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