Venezuela declared a break-off with the United States or a turning point in its political crisis

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 Venezuela declared a break-off with the United States or a turning point in its political crisis


On January 23, 2019, local time, many demonstrators opposed the government of Venezuelan President Maduro and supported the Venezuelan opposition leader Guaido as the countrys interim president.

Venezuelan President Maduro said Venezuela would sever diplomatic relations with the United States and give American personnel 72 hours to leave Venezuela. Maduro said the United States was trying to launch a coup.

Local time, January 23, 2019, Venezuela Caracas, Venezuelas opposition party launched a large-scale rally against President Maduro. The leader of the opposition party, Venezuelan Parliament President Guaido, declared that the countrys interim president, and then President Trump and Latin American leaders expressed their recognition.

On January 23, 2019, Chile, Canada, Peru, Brazil, Colombia and other countries declared that Guaido, the leader of the Venezuelan opposition party and the president of Parliament, was the interim president of Venezuela.

On January 23, 2019, Chile, Canada, Peru, Brazil, Colombia and other countries declared that Guaido, the leader of the Venezuelan opposition party and the president of Parliament, was the interim president of Venezuela.