Listen: Venezuela, Interim President And Germany discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Daily. You're listening to the daily on monocle twenty four Germany's I'm Bassett to Venezuela is presently packing. His bags have been having been given rather forty eight hours to leave the country. This instruction seems straightforwardly response to Dunya crane is presence. Among a bevy of diplomats who on Monday welcomed back. Venezuela opposition leader, one grotto recognized by Germany along with most of Europe and most of the Americas as the interim president of Venezuela to the extreme displeasure of Venezuela's incumbent President Nicolas Maduro. Venezuela has accused ambassador Craina of recurrent acts of interference in internal affairs. Lon. Joined now by Natalia Sabra via Perea a professor of Latin American history at the university of Kent Natalia. There were plenty of other diplomats at the airport. When Mr. Guadagno flew back into Caracas on Monday wise, Venezuela, picking on Germany. Jim in Basseterre has been more outspoken than some of these his colleagues, and he has been blatantly calling for or to thank his position, and has been kind of leading the pack that he is fairly on diplomatic languages. Is there a level at which then this is kind of justified from Medeiros point of view. I mean, if you apply an ambassador speaking like that in to any other country, they could expect a fairly similar treatment couldn't they that's right. But the German ambassador claims that he supporting their rightful president of in Israel. So he's kind of taken sides, but the German government does recognize quite though as the interim president instead of Nikolas Mellado. So it's kind of showing where the impasse is. Does"