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Colombia Backs Opposition Leader Guaido As Venezuela's President

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Colombia Backs Opposition Leader Guaido As Venezuela's President

Colombia Backs Opposition Leader Guaido As Venezuela's President

According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, Colombia's President Ivan Duque said that the Andean government would recognize Juan Guaido, the head of Venezuela's opposition-controlled congress, as the president of the country.

The comments came after Guaido swore himself in as interim president amid mass protests against the administrtion of Nicolas Maduro.

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