US President Donald Trump has announced that Cuba will be forced to "complete embargo" on the grounds of state support.
In a tweet on Tuesday, Trump said: If Cubans and militiamen do not immediately stop their troops and other activities with the aim of causing death and destruction in Venezuela's constitution, complete and complete embargos along with the highest levels of sanctions Located on the island of Cuba. Hopefully all Cuban soldiers will come back to their island quickly and peacefully! "
There was no response from Havana yet.
Trump's call to Cuba may be a rage that despite the fact that 50 countries had accepted the opposition leader as "temporary president," his Maduro plan would not have succeeded.
On Tuesday, despite the furious protests in Caracas, a fierce call by Guade to the Venezuelan army has been activated to help eliminate mature people.
He claimed that the military took part in his campaign to expel Maduro, for which he took the ballot to put what was called a coup d'etat tried by the US-backed opposition leaders.
An attempt to demonstrate the expansion of military support by the apparently carefully planned guade collapsed into riots as black smoke clumps rise beyond East Caracas.
The government said it had "deactivated" the attempted coup by a small group of "dangerous" soldiers.
And Maduro's iron grip against the army-holding him in power for a month's standoff with Guaid-almost slipped off.
On Twitter, I claimed that military chiefs assured him of their "total loyalty".
Russia, a major supporter of Maduro and a Chinese creditor, accused Guaid of "intensifying conflict" in oil-rich countries.
Maduro's left-wing Latin American allies Cuba and Bolivia also accused Guaid.
However, President Iwan Duke of Colombia, who is the home of more than one million refugees from the Maduro government, said on Twitter: “Soldiers and Venezuelans put themselves on the right side of history and refuse dictatorship and Maduro's bribe I asked.