When asked on Wednesday whether a meeting between Trump and Guaido is being prepared, Tarre said, "No".
Earlier in the day, the White House announced that US President Donald Trump spoke with Guaido over the phone. Trump expressed his support to the self-proclaimed leader, and they agreed to maintain regular communications.
On 23 January, head of the Venezuelan parliament Juan Guaido declared himself the country's interim president. Incumbent leader Nicolas Maduro has said that Washington has been orchestrating an anti-government coup in the country.
On Tuesday, Venezuela’s National Assembly picked Tarre as representative to the OAS despite the fact that President Nicolas Maduro announced that he would pull the country out of the organization in 2017, with the procedure taking two years.
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Tarre told Sputnik last week that he hopes to have a good relationship with new US Special Envoy for Venezuela, stressing that Abrmas "is a very experienced diplomat".
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Gustavo Tarre told Sputnik on Wednesday that Guaido does not plan to leave Venezuela for meetings with US officials, emphasizing that the travel "outside of Venezuela" is not in line with the current priorities of the self-proclaimed country's president.
On Tuesday, the Venezuelan Supreme Tribunal of Justice banned Guaido from leaving the country until the investigation into his case is completed.
Gustavo Tarre, in an interview with Sputnik, reteirated opposition's hopes that the EU would recognize Venezuela's self-proclaimed authorities.
"What I hope is that they are going to recognize the Juan Guaido government", Tarre said Wednesday.
Meanwhile, another Venezuelan self-proclaimed president's envoy Carlos Vecchio visited US Congress on Wednesday and requested support from lawmakers to end President Nicolas Maduro's power in order to recover democracy in Venezuela.
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“We just wanted to explain to them our agenda, that we need the support of the US Congress in order to recover our democracy”, Vecchio said on Wednesday. “Mainly we said that we need support in order to end this power of Maduro, we need to finish the dictatorship in Venezuela”.
Vecchio explained that his delegation expressed to US lawmakers the need for congressional support to establish a transitional government in Venezuela and to hold free and fair elections in order to elect a new president. Vecchio also called on all Latin American countries and the European Union to support the self-appointed interim president and head of opposition-dominated National Assembly Juan Guaido.
"I spoke to Antonio Tajani, the chairman of the European Parliament, who has confirmed the support for the National Assembly, the only legally elected body in Venezuela. I appreciate your support on behalf of all Venezuelans", Guaido wrote on Twitter on Wednesday.
Russia and other major powers, including China and Turkey, have refused to support the Venezuelan opposition leader, instead backing Maduro as the country's legitimate president and demanding that other countries respect the principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of another sovereign state.
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