Working to isolate Nicolas Maduro’s regime, The Interim Government of President Guaidó builds international support.
Enrique Alvarado, Venezuela’s Ambassador in Hungary, and Deputy Francisco Sucre, president of the Permanent Foreign Policy Commission of the National Assembly (AN), will meet in Hungary to create new strategies with Central European countries.
Alvarado stressed, in an interview with a newspaper, that: “The future of Europe’s relations with America involves Central Europe.”
Similarly, the ambassador explained that in the coming days they plan to meet with representatives from countries such as Germany, Austria, Croatia and others.
“The Venezuelan Democrats and the government of Interim President Juan Guaidó have to rethink a new strategy for Europe, this must include Central Europe plus Austria, without neglecting the influence of the Nordic countries, in all contexts,” he explained. In the same interview.
Alvarado also stressed that “the believe that relations between the European Union and Venezuela will develop in a framework full of solidarity and optimism.”