the minister highlighted was that free and fair elections must be held, " says Rasmus Eljanskog, presskommunikatör at the Swedish ministry for foreign affairs, to the TT.
He does not want to go into what further was said between Wallström and Guaidó.
in Washington on Wednesday to Uruguay's capital Montevideo. Where will the group gather on Thursday, which consists of different EU countries, including Sweden and several countries in Latin america. The aim is to try to find openings around the crisis in Venezuela.
It's Uruguay and Mexico who at the call of the UN chief António Guterres arranges meeting in Montevideo, which is for all parties with "a neutral position".
Guaidó have at the same time, in a letter to Italy's koalitionsledare asked them to receive his representatives for talks.
Guaidó want the delegation to "paint up the action plan to restore democracy in Venezuela," according to the letter. It is published by Matteo Salvini, the leader of the xenophobic Lega which is the smaller party in the Italian coalition government. He also clarifies that he will receive the delegation.
for Juan Guaidó, but it has not regeringskollegorna in the larger party Femstjärnerörelsen (M5S).
Italy is reported to have blocked the joint EU statement of support for Guaidó that was prepared on Monday.
"The ongoing humanitarian crisis, affecting all venezuelans, as well as the more than 100,000 italians living in Venezuela," writes the leader of the opposition in his letter.