Venezuelan President Juan Guaidó held a 40-minute meeting with his U.S. counterpart, Donald Trump, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington.
“We have the support of the world. It’s not Juan Guaidó, it’s the cause, it’s democracy, it’s a free continent.”
Likewise, Guaidó stressed that Venezuela fully counts on the commitment, determination and support of President Donald Trump.
“We are focused on strengthening joint actions to free our country and protect our hemisphere,” he added.
The president assured that Venezuela and the United States are linked in democracy and freedom, and that Venezuelans recognize “President Trump’s determined leadership” and are grateful for the support of the entire U.S. government.
He ratified, without offering further details, that in the next few days there will be progress and specific actions against Nicolás Maduro’s regime.
President (e) Guaidó was accompanied to the meeting with Trump by the Presidential Commissioner for Foreign Affairs, Julio Borges, and the Venezuelan Ambassador to the United States, Carlos Vecchio.