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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has asked his American counterpart Donald Trump to leave the Bolivarian Republic alone. 

His remarks came Wednesday at a meeting with representatives of the national agricultural sector, TASS reported.

Maduro recalled Trump’s visit to India and noted that he spoke only about Venezuela, instead of discussing US-Indian relations

The situation in Venezuela escalated when opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself acting president. He was recognized as the interim leader by the US, Lima Group countries (except Mexico), the Organization of American States and most EU member states. While Russia, Belarus, Iran, China, Cuba, Nicaragua, Syria and Turkey supported Maduro.

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