Russian soldiers carrying out military missions in Venezuela disguised as Venezuelan army

The Castro dictatorship turned Cuba into a client state of Russia, now it’s doing the same thing in its colony of Venezuela.

Sabrina Martin reports in PanAm Post:

Disguised Russian Soldiers Participate in Military Missions in Venezuela

Venezuelan military personnel is reportedly guarding the Russian soldiers who are disguised wearing Venezuelan Army uniforms

Russian soldiers are moving around Venezuela on a “secret mission.” The reasons behind their incursions into the South American country are unknown. They wear the uniform of the Venezuelan Army, move freely through the territory, use barracks, helicopters, and drones.

A report by journalist Sebastiana Barráez, published in Infobae, revealed that a group of at least 18 Russians is staying in a hotel in the state of Táchira on the border with Colombia.

According to the report, Venezuelan military personnel is reportedly guarding the Russian soldiers who are wearing Venezuelan Army uniforms.

This is not the first time that Russians have traveled to the state of Táchira for military work. According to Barráez, in August 2019, a group of nearly 80 soldiers installed radars, antennas that block telecommunications signals, and flew drones in a military battalion.

But the border state is not the only one that hosts unexplained Russian soldiers. In Caracas, the Círculo Militar (Military Circle) specifically hosts many Russians. Similarly, they are also in the Strategic Operational Command of the Bolivarian National Armed Force (Ceofanb) and in the facilities of the Ministry of Defense and the Army Command. In Bolivar, the mining state of Venezuela, Russian soldiers have also been on missions.

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