The president in charge of the Republic, Juan Guaidó, held a meeting on Tuesday with the United Kingdom’s ambassador in Venezuela, Andrew Soper, where they discussed the Venezuelan crisis and the efforts of the international community in favor of the country’s freedom.
“A productive meeting with the Ambassador of the United Kingdom in Venezuela, Andrew Soper, in favor of the consolidation of the relations and alliances with the Government in charge”, said the Venezuelan Head of State in a message spread through his social network accounts.
Similarly, President (E) Guaidó said that among the topics discussed during the meeting with the diplomat was “the renewal of the commitment to democracy, peace and freedom in Venezuela,” he ended.
Productivo encuentro con el embajador Andrew Soper de @UKinVenezuela, en pro de la consolidación de las relaciones y alianzas con el Gobierno Encargado y en favor del renovado compromiso por la democracia, la paz y la libertad de #Venezuela. pic.twitter.com/sO4J7h7QnV
— Juan Guaidó (@jguaido) November 3, 2020