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Venezuela's Guaido vows to defy ban on aid

03 February 2019, 01:36 | Tara Lloyd

‘Novaya Gazeta’ reports Russia helped sell Venezuelan gold. Russia’s Central Bank denies it.

Foreign Secretary call with Juan Guaido: 30 January 2019

The police's special action force, FAES, had gone to his home to interview his wife Fabiana Rosales, Guaido said during a speech at Caracas university.

"People of Venezuela, 90 percent of the armed forces of Venezuela are not with the dictator, they are with the people of Venezuela", Yanez said in the video.

Maduro has presided over Venezuela's economic collapse that has resulted in chronic food and medicine shortages.

Mr Guaido declared himself interim leader last week and the USA and several Latin American countries recognised him.

The political fight between Maduro and Guaido has drawn in foreign powers.

The majority of other, smaller European Union countries will throw their support behind Guaido but have agreed to avoid explicitly using the words "recognition" and "recognize".

"We hope that Venezuela and the USA can respect and treat each other on an equal footing, and deal with their relations based on non-interference in each other's internal affairs", she said.

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"That surprised a lot of political figures (but) I don't say that as a criticism", Capriles said.

Guaido has called for a new, fair presidential election after the disputed vote won by Maduro previous year.

On January 31, Novaya Gazeta reported that Russian agencies may have assisted in the liquidation of Venezuelan gold. Thousands of people have taken to the streets in several states of Venezuela to support opposition leader Juan Guaido, local media reported on Saturday.

Bolivia and Mexico continue to recognize Maduro. The United States has also recognised his leadership.

On the other, Maduro, with backing from Russia, China and Turkey, says he will remain for his second six-year term despite accusations of fraud in his re-election last year and the economic meltdown.

"We are going to address the humanitarian emergency, stop inflation in its tracks, reactivate the oil industry and move towards the restoration of access to public goods and services", he said to cheers.

The opposition leader's statements were more belligerent, however.

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A visibly flustered but determined Juan Guaido told a crowd gathered at a university that members of a special police unit known for its brutal tactics had gone to his high-rise apartment in a middle-class neighborhood of Caracas while his 20-month-old daughter was inside.

He told Pence and other elected officials that aid efforts need to begin immediately.

But the National Police tweeted it is "totally false" that there had been any search of Guaido's family.

It said: "Whatever views people hold on Venezuela, there is no justification for backing the USA attempt at regime change under way, which, if successful, could go the way of the disastrous interventions in Iraq and Libya".

Following Guaido's declaration, President Nicolas Maduro urged people to have "nerves of steel" and to defend the country.

The two sides have held competing rallies in the streets.

In a visit to the largest community of Venezuelan exiles in the United States - and flanked by four prominent Florida Republican politicians - Pence categorically rejected calls for talks with Maduro, and warned all options were on the table to force him to leave. Guaido led a peaceful demonstration Wednesday in Caracas, a week after street protests deteriorated into days of violence that resulted in the deaths of almost three dozen people during clashes with government security forces.

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He stressed in a New York Times op-ed that in order to secure a successful transition of power, the military must withdraw its support for the regime.

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