President Nicolas Maduro called on Venezuelans to sign a letter asking U.S. President Barack Obama to revoke the decree issued Mar. 9 which labels the South American country as a threat to the national security threat of the United States.
During a mass rally in Caracas, Maduro said that he hopes to have 10 million Venezuelans – one-third of the overall population – sign the latter, which the Venezuelan leader says could be a preamble to a military aggression against the oil-rich country.
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