Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is rejecting a statement by an EU backed group, calling for a peaceful solution to his country’s conflict. In a televised address Friday, Maduro said he did not agree to the content of the statement, and its “partisan and ideological nature.” On Thursday, the International Contact Group on Venezuela, said it would be sending a mission to the country to help provide humanitarian aid.
President Nicolas Maduro
Embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is said to be writing a letter to President Trump.
Canada recently announced a humanitarian relief package for Venezuela.
Embattled Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro is rejecting an international ultimatum to call presidential elections in his country.
Thousands of Venezuelans take to the streets in Caracas to protest against embattled President Nicolas Maduro. Saturday citizens rallied in support of self-declared Interim President Juan Guaido, where he delivered a speech to the people. There, he said humanitarian aid is on the way for citizens, and called on the military to not intervene in its delivery or distribution.
The EU has voted in favor of recognizing self proclaimed interim President Juan Guaido as Venezuela’s legitimate leader.
Interim Venezuelan President Juan Guaido is citing the country’s constitution for the basis of assuming the presidency.
The foreign minister of Venezuela is urging talks between the Maduro regime and President Trump.
Venezuela is ditching its plan to cut off diplomatic ties with the U.S. after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo refused to recall diplomats from the country.