Juan Guaidó confirms meeting as government backtracks on order to US embassy personnel to leave

Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaidó said on Saturday he had met with government officials to convince them of the need for new elections, after a lawmaker said a meeting happened this week.

Meanwhile, Nicolás Maduro’s government has backtracked on an order that gave US embassy personnel 72 hours to leave Venezuela, saying it had opened a 30-day window to negotiate with the Trump administration, defusing tensions between the countries just hours after their top diplomats traded heated rhetoric at a special UN security council meeting.

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