US President Donald Trump on Tuesday confirmed that his administration is in talks with various representatives of the head of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro to resolve the situation in this country, DW reported.
At the same time, the American leader did not name individuals, noting only that it was a very high level of representation.
In early August, due to the introduction of new US sanctions, Nicolas Maduro suspended the dialogue with the opposition. The politician canceled the trip of the delegation of the Venezuelan government to Barbados on August 8 and 9 after Trump froze all the assets of the Venezuelan government and related organizations located in the US, and also banned any economic operations with them.
The struggle for power between the opposition leader Juan Guaido and Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela, experiencing a deep economic and political crisis, has been going on for several months. About fifty states, including Germany, recognized Guaido as interim president. The head of Venezuela Maduro enjoys the support of the army and law enforcement agencies, his legitimacy among others recognized by Russia, China and Cuba.