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Venezuelan Vice President Reportedly Could Visit Moscow Soon

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Venezuelan Vice President Reportedly Could Visit Moscow Soon

Venezuelan Vice President Reportedly Could Visit Moscow Soon

According to a report by Reuters, Venezuela&apos;s deputy foreign minister said that Vice President Delcy Rodriguez may visit Moscow soon.

Venezuela, an ally of Moscow, is in political turmoil and the United States and other Western countries are backing opponents of President Nicolas Maduro.

Interfax originally reported that, on Friday, Venezuela&apos;s industry minister, who is currently visiting Moscow, was scheduled to meet Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Yuri Borisov.

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