The Venezuelan leader of the opposition Guaidó has ruled out negotiations with President Maduro. Wants to talk he but with Russia and China, important trading partner and supporter of the current government.
The self-appointed interim President and opposition leader of Venezuela, Juan Guidó, has granted direct negotiations with the head of state, Nicolás Maduro, a clear rejection. "Maduro is a dictator," said the 35-Year-old in an Interview with the Colombian channel NTN24. "When he speaks of dialogue, he wants to gain time."
Maduro had been shown to the public repeatedly open to negotiations with the opposition side. Most recently, he had drawn even earlier parliamentary elections into account, early presidential elections, he ruled out categorically.