USA maintains a harassment operation to intervene in Venezuela

The United States government has an operation of harassment against the people of Venezuela, called “surveillance flights”, which aims to keep the main leaders of the Bolivarian process located and look for any intervention, said political analyst Vladimir Adrianza.
During the “Al Aire” (On Air) program, broadcast by Venezolana de Televisión, Adrianza said: “The objective is to keep located the main leaders of the Bolivarian process that are the key figures of the process that they have not been able to hit”.
He affirmed that the harassment operation is part of a mechanism, as well as the call by the national right wing with the Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance (TIAR), which seeks to create an alleged legal basis on which the United States could intervene in the Bolivarian nation .
“There is no doubt about the interests of the US capital in Venezuela. The attack could be anything”, he said.
He recalled that the interests of US economic groups continue, dating from 1970, when the current Venezuelan opposition group in union with the Rockefeller economic group did great businesses: “about 90% of the capital invested then in Venezuela was transnational capital of which the majority was American, associated with the aforementioned group”.
He affirmed that the constitutional government led by the president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, continues to lead in defense of the peace, the dialogue and the resources that belong to Venezuelans.