The ambassador to the United States, Carlos Vecchio, said Thursday that “it is the first time that there is a caucus in the case of Venezuela,” at the same time he revealed that “what was done yesterday is planned strategically, thinking about how it will help Venezuela in the long term.”
“We are satisfied because the entire Venezuelan diaspora participated. What Maduro is doing is surviving in power. There is national and international pressure because this is a dictatorship,” he added.
“We have all those opportunities to produce that change. Looking back invites us to see our mistakes. The call for this November 16 is to increase national and international pressure,” he said.
“All the conditions are in place for an outcome. I believe that at this moment it all depends on what we all do,” concluded the Venezuelan diplomat.