Beijing won’t mediate between Maduro and Guaidó, because it’s not interested in Venezuela. But it can help with recovering our democracy, if its current inaction impacts its interests.
Just four days before the event was to take place, on March 22 the Inter-American Development Bank canceled its annual meeting to be held in Chengdu because China refused to grant a visa to Guaidó’s appointee. But this is an opportunity to Guaidó to build bridges with Beijing.
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