Caracas (AP) - Due to recent US sanctions against the Venezuelan government, President Nicolás Maduro has canceled further talks with the opposition for the time being. The head of state will not send any negotiators to the planned negotiations for today and tomorrow in Barbados, the government said. She cited the new economic sanctions against Venezuela as the reason. Maduro's antagonist, self-appointed interim President Juan Guaidó, supports the sanctions to force a change of power in the South American country.
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