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Juan Guaido Claims It's a 'Fallacy' to Think Russia, China Support Maduro

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Mar 15, 2019 9:16 AM 1+ week ago

President Nicolas Maduro has been stepping up pressure on Western governments that support Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido, forcing out all American diplomats and kicking out a German envoy.

Juan Guaido has escalated his rhetoric against Nicolas Maduro, claiming that Moscow and Beijing in fact do not endorse the country's government, despite their diplomats stating the opposite.

"They [Maduro's government] do not have any international allies; it is not true that Russia and China are with them. That's a great fallacy. No one is with them," the self-declared Venezuelan leader claimed at a rally in Caracas on Thursday.

He added, without going into further details, that both Russia and China are "very clear" about what their interests are in Venezuela -- apparently implying that they are driven by economic and other interests in reaffirming their support for Maduro.

Moscow and Beijing, two of Venezuela's major creditors, have repeatedly stressed that they support the elected president and that they are against ...

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