Rome rejected the stronger position because it regarded it as "interference" in Venezuela's internal affairs, one diplomat said.
The 35-year-old Guaido, the head of Venezuela's National Assembly, has galvanized the opposition with a hopeful message.
While speaking at a meeting of the Lima Group Monday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said his country would provide $53 million to help the Venezuelan people.
In a statement following a meeting in Ottawa, they urged the global community to prevent Maduro's government from conducting financial and trade transactions overseas, having access to Venezuela's worldwide assets and doing business in oil, gold and other assets.
Foreign policy positions require the unanimous support of all 28 European Union countries, so Italy's veto sank efforts to agree on a beefed-up version, which would have mentioned the recognition of Guaido by numerous member states.
Venezuela's pro-democracy movement has welcomed the decision by Canada and its allies to urge its country's military to switch allegiance and support opposition leader Juan Guaido as the true leader of their country. Russia, China, Iran, Nicaragua, Cuba and Turkey, among others, back Maduro as Venezuela's legitimate president.
Canada has announced a humanitarian relief package for Venezuela.
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She remained conscious after the hit but was transported to the hospital after telling ushers that she felt something was wrong. Linda Goldbloom's death August 29 was ruled an accident by the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner. "Mr. and Mrs.
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But with everything that happened there, that was a [four-shot] swing pretty quickly. "[I] kind of just rolled with the punches". In 2018, Fowler entered the final round of the Phoenix Open as the solo leader but dropped to finish in a tie for 11th place.
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The anti-vaccine movement isn't about "free choice" or "parents make the best decisions for their child, not the government". Despite the high number of patients, De Guzman clarified that the hospital is still taking in more patients with measles.
The Cucuta crossing was mainly quiet on Tuesday, but police officials told Reuters that more migrants have been asking where humanitarian aid will be delivered.
That same article quotes Kosachev as saying, that no foreign country including the United States has a right to "determine" who is Venezuelan president, labeling an act of recognition as an attempt to interfere with the nation's domestic affairs and impose the Venezuelan people's choice of a leader. It also called on Venezuela's military to give their loyalty to the interim president. "We have to come to buy food because we can not even get cooking oil and eggs in Venezuela". "We are not beggars".
"The more it looks like an overt attack on the authority of Maduro, that makes the aid more of a target", said Konyndyk, who has led USA government responses to worldwide disasters.
The top Japanese government spokesman also said, "It is regrettable that the Venezuelan government held an inauguration ceremony for its president without fulfilling its accountability (to the people)", swearing in Maduro for his second term last month after an election in May past year.
With Nicolas Maduro's government and PDVSA running out of cash, crude oil production in Venezuela-the country sitting on the world's largest oil reserves-has been incessantly falling over the past three years, despite Maduro touting deals with Russian Federation and repeatedly vowing to increase oil production.
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro attends a rally in support of the government and to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the arrival to the presidency of the late President Hugo Chavez in Caracas, Venezuela February 2, 2019.