“What South America does not need is confusion. We cannot continue thinking about fighting. I hope that common sense prevails on both the side of Venezuela and Guyana,” Lula said, adding that he does not believe that tensions between neighboring states will escalate. increase. escalate into an armed conflict.
“Humanity should be afraid of war. It only starts war when it lacks common sense. Conversation is valued more than war,” said the head of Brazil.
At the same time, the Brazilian Ministry of Defense announced that it would expand its military presence in the border area with Venezuela and Guyana for greater operational military control.