Guaidó asked the G7 to include the Venezuelan crisis in the agenda of their next meeting


The president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, asked the countries that make up the G7 this Sunday to include in his agenda of his next meeting the humanitarian crisis that is going through the country, caused by the regime of Nicolás Maduro.

Guaidó sent a letter to the member countries of this organization in search of exploring and coordinating a common action that modified the exemplary modifications of Human Rights violators, the official website of the National Assembly reported.

The opposition leader also expressed his desire that each G7 member country request a private contact with the ambassadors of Cuba, China and Russia, who are the main allies of the Maduro regime.

The G7 is composed of: USA, United Kingdom, Japan, France, Germany, Italy and Canada.