Guaido said that despite the threat of arrest, returned to the country, and announced new protests

The interim President of Venezuela Juan Guaido urged Venezuelans to go to the protests on Monday, 4 March, and said that “back in country”.
“See you tomorrow,” he said in a video message posted on Twitter. About, where it held protests in Caracas and other cities of Venezuela, Guaido promised to inform in the social networks.

At home in regard to Juan Guaido investigation is due to the fact that on January 23 he declared himself the provisional President of Venezuela. The Supreme Court of Venezuela banned Guaido from leaving the country. The politician, however, went to Colombia, where he tried to deliver humanitarian aid to his country, he also traveled to Latin America.

Now, if he returns to Venezuela, he faces arrest. Attempt to arrest will be “without a doubt, one of the last mistakes” of the Venezuelan government, said Guido in his address.

The United States promised to respond to attempts to hinder Juan Guaido

Any threats or actions against the safe return of Guido in Venezuela “will be met with strong and significant response to the United States and the international community,” wrote in his Twitter assistant to the President for national security John Bolton on March 4.

Early the majority of EU countries, including Germany, USA, Canada, Australia, some countries of Latin America and the Organization of American States has previously acknowledged Guaido as the interim President of Venezuela.

Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
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