Juan Guaidó wished Joe Biden success and affirmed that he will work “in partnership” for the freedom of Venezuela

Juan Guaidó wished Joe Biden success and affirmed that he will work “in partnership” for the freedom of Venezuela

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The Venezuelan opposition leader and interim president of the country, Juan Guaidó, wished the president of the United States success on Wednesday, Joe Biden, and stated that it will work “in alliance” for “achieve the freedom of Venezuela”.

We wish every success to the new US Administration, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris“Guaidó said minutes after both were sworn in to their new position.

Guaidó was recognized as interim president of Venezuela by the former US president Donald Trump, the main international support that he has counted on in his pulse with the Venezuelan dictator, Nicolás Maduro.

We will continue to work in partnership to defend democracy and stability in the region against the threat of dictatorship, achieve the freedom of Venezuela and free elections.“Guaidó assured in reference to the future relationship with Biden.

Joe Biden (REUTERS/Tom Brenner)


Shortly before, he had published another message in which he explained that “on behalf of the Venezuelans“Attended the investiture of Biden his ambassador in Washington, Carlos Vecchio.

That invitation was considered a “recognition of the struggle of millions for the freedom of Venezuela and the condemnation of the dictator Nicolás Maduro”, Despite the fact that the new US government has not yet publicly stated its position on Venezuela and the role of Guaidó.

First thing in the morning, he also thanked, “on behalf of Venezuelans, determined support“From the former secretary of state Mike Pompeo, as well as the Trump Administration and, especially, its special US envoy for Venezuela, Elliot Abrams.

The United States is an ally of the fight for democracy in Venezuela and they have demonstrated it in every act of support and respect for our people.”He added.

Precisely, one of the last conversations that Pompeo had this Tuesday, before leaving office, was with Guaidó, who he said was “inspiring” and, again, described him as “interim president.”

Likewise, hours before finishing his job as Secretary of State, he reaffirmed his “unwavering support” for democracy in Venezuela.

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