The ambassador of the legitimate government of Venezuela, Maria Teresa Romero, arrived the Guatemalan capital to lead the official delegation representing President Juan Guaidó at the presidential inauguration of Guatemala’s new head of state, Alejandro Giammattei.
The president in charge, Juan Guaidó and the new ruler of the Central American country, have agreed to work together to restore democracy in Venezuela, and President Giammattei himself has shown his willingness to collaborate with international bodies in the search for a way out that will allow Venezuelans to end the dictatorship in which they find themselves. In this sense, Ambassador Romero brings a clear message of gratitude to the Guatemalan people and its new leader on behalf of the legitimate government of Venezuela.
The Venezuelan delegation accompanying the high official is made up of deputies Winston Flores (Volad Popular), Luis Florido (Un Nuevo Tiempo), Tomás Guanipa (Primero Justicia) and Jesús Yánes (Acción Democrática).
The inauguration of the new Guatemalan president is scheduled for Tuesday, January 14th, and more than 50 international delegations are expected to attend, including 11 presidents, as well as foreign ministers and ambassadors from the different countries invited to the historic ceremony.