SPAIN’s government has called for no bloodshed after Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido said his plan to oust President Maduro had begun ‘final phase.’
“Faced with these events we have to reiterate what we have always said about the situation in this country.
“We wish with all our might that there is no bloodshed,” said Spanish government spokeswoman Isabel Celaa.
It comes as Guaido posted a video of himself flanked by soldiers and armoured cars in the capital Caracas.
Acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez is said to be monitoring events closely.
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