The President in charge of the Republic, Juan Guaidó, stated during a meeting with the press at the World Economic Forum in Davos, that the international community must take immediate action in the face of the complex humanitarian emergency that Venezuelans are experiencing and its impact worldwide.
“These have been very productive hours with many bilateral meetings with prime ministers and with these companies that would like to participate in the reconstruction of Venezuela,” the Head of State told the international press.
President (e) Guaidó stressed that another of the issues to be considered was the country’s economic recovery, once the Nicolás Maduro dictatorship falls. “We discussed with large companies in the world the possibility of the rapid reconstruction of Venezuela and about the enormous potential that the country has”.
However, Guaidó urged that these actions be taken in the shortest time possible. “Time matters because of the severe emergency in our country and also because of what we have seen of the dictatorship that protects these irregular groups in the region and becomes a threat to everyone”.
“In this tour we have been denouncing the links of Nicolas Maduro’s regime with terrorism in the region, how it finances them with gold. This support for the irregular groups makes the regime a potential threat not only to Venezuela but to the entire region,” Guaidó added.
RULES OUT NEW NEGOTIATIONS
The president in charge of the Republic, Juan Guaidó, ruled out new negotiations with Nicolas Maduro’s dictatorship after two failed mediation attempts, verified by the international community, which he described as “mockery”.
“We will never close the door to a solution but we will not lend ourselves to more mockery, and they will try to make fun of everyone, not just Venezuelans,” said the Venezuelan head of state from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where he came to ask for international support in his offensive against the usurper regime.
“The queen of conflict resolution mechanisms is mediation and negotiation. We have tried it twice and unfortunately it has been the dictatorship that has blocked this option,” he added.