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Juan Guaidó returns to Venezuela through the Maiquetía airport

The self-proclaimed president of Venezuela and opposition leader, Juan Guaidó, returned Monday to the Caribbean country, where there are demonstrations in several cities to accompany his arrival. The opposition deputy arrived at the Simón Bolívar International Airport, in Maiquetía, Vargas state, about 45 minutes from the Venezuelan capital. When he arrived, he said, in front of a crowd of reporters and a group of ambassadors from countries that have recognized him as "interim president," who knew the "risks" he was facing. "We are strong, we move forward," he said.

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