Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro allowed the possibility of talks with US President Donald Trump. On Monday, September 23, Free News reported.
The head of the Latin American country noted that the dialogue can take place if Trump “decides to correct the erroneous policy of waging war against Venezuela,” which was launched by the previous US President Barack Obama. At the same time, Maduro believes that the current American leader was “let down in a pernicious policy.”
On September 20, it became known that Maduro will soon come to Russia.
The leader of the Venezuelan opposition Juan Guaido urged soldiers and the people of the country to the overthrow of President on April 30. He said that the army sided with him, and called what was happening “the final phase of operation Freedom.” The next day, Maduro announced his victory over the opposition forces.