The USA has recalled some diplomats from Venezuela for reasons of safety, such as informing the Ministry of foreign Affairs. Federal foreign Minister Maas was clearly on the side of the Venezuelan opposition leader.
in view of the crisis in Venezuela, the United States withdraw a portion of their diplomats out of the country. The U.S. state Department ordered all non-urgent required employees of the U.S. government should leave Venezuela. The U.S. Embassy in Caracas, however, remained open, the Ministry said. "We have no plans to close the Embassy." The US government have limited capabilities to provide emergency assistance to U.S. citizens in Venezuela.
Venezuelan head of state Nicolas Maduro announced the severance of diplomatic relations of his country to the United States and the diplomatic Corps of the United States 72 hours to Leave the country. The US government has not informed, Maduro's disposal not be legal, because the United States recognize him as a legitimate President.
demonstrations against the government of President Maduro and the Opposition in Valencia, West of the capital, Caracas.the UK against Maduro
The arrangement of the US Ministry of foreign Affairs means that American diplomats will remain in Venezuela. In the power struggle in Venezuela, the United States back the opposition to Parliament's President Juan Guaidó, had declared himself interim President.
other States positioned themselves for a power struggle in the South American country. Most recently the United Kingdom spoke out clearly against Maduro. Foreign Minister, Jeremy Hunt, says this was the right Person to bring Venezuela - Guaidó. It is also clear that Maduro is not the legitimate head of state.