The president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, arrived on Sunday night in Canada, where he was received by a large representation of Venezuelans in Ottawa.
This Monday, the Venezuelan president will meet with ambassadors of the Lima Group at the residence of the Colombian ambassador Federico Hoyos, and will then attend meetings at the Canadian Foreign Ministry where he will be received by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Honorable François-Philippe Champagne.
Guaidó’s agenda will continue at midday when he will participate in a special session of the Canadian Parliament, where he will take part in a “question and answer” session. In this session, he will receive recognition as president of Venezuela, informed his Ambassador Orlando Viera-Blanco.
“We are very proud and happy about the visit of our President Juan Guaidó to Canadian lands. A country that has given us unconditional support and solidarity and that has fought with us side by side for the recovery of our democracy,” said Ambassador Orlando Viera-Blanco.
“Guaidó arrived with his usual good spirits, ready to follow his agenda for the rescue of our freedom and willing to meet with our compatriots tonight. We are doing super well,” added Ambassador Viera-Blanco.
In the afternoon, Guaidó will be received by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, where they will align actions in favor of democracy in Venezuela. Finally, he will hold a meeting with the Venezuelan diaspora in Canada at 6:00 pm, in Ottawa.