The workers of the U.S. embassy in Venezuela left their diplomatic mission. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela reports this.
“We report that yesterday, January 25, the U.S. envoys of the diplomatic mission in Caracas left the embassy due to deadlines,” the report said.
The diplomats of the Venezuela embassy in Washington “decided to return to Caracas” on Saturday.
The negotiations on opening the offices on mutual benefits in Caracas and Washington, where the migration procedures and other mutual problems could be solved, should end over a month, in regards with "the strict abidance of the norms of international law in case of ending relations between the countries."
As we reported earlier, January 23, the opposition leader and the head of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Juan Guaido, at a mass protest rally declared himself interim president of Venezuela and took the oath before thousands of opposition supporters.
The U.S. President Donald Trump has recognized Juan Guaidó as a temporary leader of the country. Canada, EU, Brazil, Columbia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Costa-Rika, Paraguay, and Guatemala did the same.
Mexico and Bolivia refused to recognize the “coup d’etat.”