Jet would whisk Maduro out of Venezuela lands in Dominican Republic: report
The Turkish registry jet
Santo Domingo.- The jet that supposedly would take president Ncolas Maduro out of Venezuela landed Tues. night in Punta Cana, eastern Dominican Republic, Diario Libre reports.
The Bombardier Global Express appears in the news while Venezuela’s opposition attempted a coup in Caracas.
The TC-TSR registry plane would have departed from Russia to Caracas at 7:22am Tues., after the release of opposition leader Leopoldo López from house arrest, and after self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaidó harangued the citizens to take over the streets.
The aircraft would’ve allegedly arrived in Venezuela at 8:04pm.
According to Venezuela’s opposition, the plane was to take Maduro out of the country, a decision that was pushed back, according to the United States, on pressure from Russian president Vladimir Putin.