Maduro said in a speech to his supporters: “We are ready to take a new course in our relationship with the government of Joe Biden, based on dialogue, mutual respect, communication and understanding.”
Venezuela, Bolivarian and revolutionary Venezuela in the twenty-first century, is ready to turn the page on diplomatic disputes with the Trump administration, which imposed multiple economic sanctions on Venezuela, including the oil embargo in 2019, the country’s main supplier, to topple the socialist regime. President Maduro, whom he considers a “dictator”.
Like more than 50 other countries, the United States recognized the legitimacy of Juan Guaidó, Maduro’s political opponent, who declared himself interim president of Venezuela on January 23, 2019 and accused Maduro of “fraudulently” winning the 2018 presidential elections, which were boycotted by the opposition.
“Two years ago, I had to interact with strength and dignity, and at that very moment I worked as head of state to disrupt all political and diplomatic relations with the US government at that time,” Maduro said from the balcony. palace.
Trump is gone! The Venezuelan head of state chanted with relief.
Immediately after Democrat Joe Biden won the US elections in November, Nicolas Maduro congratulated him and said he was “ready for dialogue and good understanding with the people and government of the United States.” Frequent letters in December.
Anthony Blinken, who was appointed by Biden as Secretary of State, has said that the new CEO of the United States will continue to recognize Juan Guaido. In addition, the future US chief of diplomacy, Nicolas Maduro, has been described as a “brutal dictator”.