The representative in the United States of Juan Guaidó, president of the National Assembly elected in 2015 in Venezuela, will attend this Wednesday the inauguration of the president-elect of the United States, Joe Biden.
“This Wednesday, January 20, we will be representing the people of Venezuela and the legitimate interim government of the president, Juan Guaidó, at the inauguration of the president of the United States, Joe Biden, with the aim of continuing to work together with our main ally for a Free Venezuela “, Carlos Vecchio has confirmed in a post on his Twitter profile.
Prior to the appointment, Vecchio has gone to the Pentagon headquarters in Washington to take a test for COVID-19, a requirement that “has been made to all the guests” to be able to attend the inauguration, such as has shown in a video that accompanies the publication on the social network.
Venezuelan leader Juan Guaidó assured, in an interview with Europa Press last week, that he has a “very good perspective” of relations with the future Joe Biden Administration, from which he expects “support” and “accompaniment.” The United States was the first country to recognize him as the legitimate president of Venezuela and, through sanctions and asset blockades, a key international support.
For his part, the president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, has declared on several occasions that Guaidó is a “puppet” in the service of Washington, a “burlesque” cataloging that, in the words of the opponent, the only thing he intends is to function as “propaganda “to” minimize “your weight internally.