Venezuela’s interim President has made a three-week tour of North America and Europe.
The leader of the Venezuelan opposition Juan Guaido returned home from a trip to North America and Europe said in a press-service of Guide. The interim President of Venezuela has been out of the country for three weeks, during which he has held some meetings with foreign leaders.
Guaido back to Venezuela via the main airport of the country of Maiquetia said the press service of politics.
Guaido, recognized as the legitimate President of Venezuela by more than 50 countries, was received at the White House and attended the world economic forum in Davos after he managed to leave Venezuela in defiance of the travel ban imposed on Guaido by the regime of Nicolas Maduro.
Maduro calls Guido a puppet of Washington. US authorities have imposed sanctions on the ruling Socialist Party to get Maduro to step down.