Pedro Sánchez will recognize Juan Guaidó as president of Venezuela
And on the third day, the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, recognized in his first official statement on Venezuela the legitimacy of Juan Guaidó, current president of the Asa
The President of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, after a meeting in La Moncloa days ago. BALLESTEROSEFE
They will be his first words about the January 23 Juan Guaidó self-proclaimed interim president of Venezuela
And on the third day, the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, recognized in his first official statement on Venezuela the legitimacy of Juan Guaidó , current president of the National Assembly , as president of the South American country, according to EFE.
Sanchez had chosen to remain silent and wait for the European Union to adopt a common position in the face of the political crisis in Venezuela to make a public pronouncement and state its point of view in this situation.
Government sources assured that the chief executive is insisting that Brussels adopt the position considered by Spain.
The Foreign Minister, Josep Borrell, advanced this Friday that Spain is trying to get the EU to demand from the Nicolás Maduro regime the call for elections within a definite timeframe. If there is a lack of will in this regard, other measures will be taken, among which could be the recognition of Juan Guaidó as interim president for these elections to be called by the National Assembly.
In this context of wanting to lead the European position on the part of Spain, Sanchez's call of last Thursday, on his own initiative, is framed by Juan Guaidó, while he was in Davos participating in the economic forum, in which he received his recognition for the "courage" with which he is behaving in this situation and defended the "legitimacy" of the Venezuelan National Assembly.
As well as the meeting that Sanchez urged with the presidents of Colombia , Ecuador and Costa Rica, countries that have recognized Guaidó, in which he has defended this position, with a recognition of the legitimacy of the National Assembly and commitment to free elections , as the path capable of achieving a non-traumatic solution in Venezuela.
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