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Venezuelan Opposition Leader Juan Guaidó Meets Brazil’s Bolsonaro

HeadlineFeb 28, 2019

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó has arrived in Brasília for talks with Brazil’s far-right President Jair Bolsonaro. Last month, Bolsonaro joined President Trump and many Latin American heads of state in recognizing Guaidó as Venezuela’s interim leader. Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has called Bolsonaro “a modern-day Hitler” and has accused him of plotting a military intervention in Venezuela. Juan Guaidó’s trip to Brazil came as Venezuela’s foreign minister told a U.N. body Wednesday the United States is plotting to overthrow Venezuela’s government. Speaking at the U.N. Human Rights Council, Jorge Arreaza accused the Trump administration of “weaponizing” humanitarian aid, even as the U.S. has frozen tens of billions of dollars’ worth of Venezuelan assets. Arreaza also said President Donald Trump should negotiate directly with President Maduro.

Jorge Arreaza: “Again, we are calling for dialogue—dialogue with the United States, yes, why not?—between President Maduro and President Trump. Why shouldn’t they meet, so that they could try to find common ground and explain their differences?”

Click here to see our recent interviews with Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza.

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