Kremlin dismisses Trump tweet on alleged Venezuela withdrawal

Andrew Osborn, Tom Balmforth
MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Kremlin said on Tuesday it didn’t know where U.S. President Donald Trump had got the idea Moscow had removed most of its military specialists from Venezuela, who it said continued to work there.
Trump tweeted on Monday that Russia had told the United States it had removed “most of their people” from Venezuela, where Moscow has maintained close military and economic ties with socialist President Nicolas Maduro.
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Venezuela coast and Trinidad & Tobago.
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