The situation in Venezuela was the main topic in a phone call between Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that took place on March 2, Russia's foreign ministry said on its website.
The foreign ministry called on the global community "to ensure compliance with the United Nations Charter with its fundamental principles and goals in order to stop an imperialistic aggression against Venezuela's sovereign people".
The answer to the first question is that we, I think and many other countries, are very concerned about Interim President Guaido's ability to go back home, which he has a right to do as a Venezuelan citizen, and to go back home safely.
The State Department's envoy on Venezuela says Maduro's supporters are not allowed to come to the U.S.
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He said his countrymen and women should gather across the nation at 11 am.
Russia is prepared to participate in bilateral talks with the USA over the ongoing situation in Venezuela, the Russian foreign ministry announced late Saturday. "But we will do our utmost to prevent this", Matviyenko said.
The United States and about 50 other countries recognise Guaido as Venezuela's president, arguing that Maduro's re-election previous year was a sham.
Earlier on Friday in Paraguay, he said 600 members of Venezuela's armed forces had already abandoned Maduro's government following the clashes over the aid.
Guaido said he was "taking off", but did not say where the plane was heading. Because a number of regime officials have actually threatened him with arrest.
His reappearance in Venezuela would pose an immediate challenge to the embattled Maduro, who will have to decide whether to arrest him for defying a travel ban - thereby provoking strong worldwide condemnation - or allow him to enter unmolested, which would undermine his authority, analyst say. We know that there are dozens and dozens of other governments who share that concern.