Paraguay ratifies support for Guaidó and will not change its position regarding Maduro

President Mario Abdo Benítez broke diplomatic relations with Venezuela and announced the closure of its embassy in Caracas in January 2019, after Maduro assumed his second term in office following an electoral process that Asunción brands as "illegitimate".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On May 4, Paraguay ratified that it has no relations with the government of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and that it recognizes the opposition leader Juan Guaidó instead.

"We have no relations with the Maduro regime; that will not change," the new Paraguayan foreign minister, Julio C . . .

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