The President of the United States Donald trump admits the possibility of a meeting with Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro.
"I could have thought of that, ‘ said trump’s news portal Axios in an interview, excerpts of which are published on the website on Sunday. – Maduro would like to meet. I’m never against meeting".
To a question whether he regretted that followed the advice of former assistant for national security John Bolton on the support of the leader of the Venezuelan opposition of Juan Guido, the White house said, "Not particularly".
"I could live with it or do without it, but I was very against what happened in Venezuela – said trump. Of Guido chose. I think I was not sure, but stated that someone will like it, others – no".
The political situation in Venezuela worsened after the 23 January 2019, the opposition leader Juan Guido, whose appointment to the post of speaker of Parliament two days before it was annulled by the Supreme court, declared himself acting President.
The interim head of state recognized by the US, joined the country’s Group Lima (except Mexico), the Organization of American States and most European Union countries. President Nicolas Maduro called the incident a coup attempt and announced the severance of diplomatic relations with the United States. It was supported by Russia, Belarus, Iran, China, Cuba, Nicaragua, Syria and Turkey.