"It doesn't help anything", said Uruguay's representative, Ariel Bergamino, after he left the assembly.
In January, Guaido declared himself acting president, claiming Maduro's re-election previous year was illegitimate. The United States was quick to back his claim, supported by a number of Western countries, while Russia, China, and a host of other countries have voiced their support for Maduro as the only legitimate president of Venezuela.
No country at the OAS proposed inclusion of Maduro's government, which formally withdrew from the regional group in 2017.
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Figuera "turned out to be a mercenary" the minister said in Caracas. Saavedra's recorded "confession" revealed that the plan was to take over the three military bases, including La Carlota air base in Caracas. Retired general Eduardo Paez was the leader of one operation, Rodriguez said. As a protective measure, Maduro warned that he would completely be "ruthless" while counterattacking the fascist coup.
Rodriguez also said the plotters planned to release former Gen. Raul Isaias Baduel from prison and declare him president. In April, Guaido announced that the military had switched allegiances and was backing his claim to the Venezuelan helm in what he called the "final phase" of his regime-change plan, but that turned out to be an exaggeration and Maduro remains in power.
"There are no troops or military presence from another country in Venezuela", he said.
"Let it be clear to the regime that they will not intimidate us", Guaido said at a news conference, urging members of the police and military to stop taking orders from Maduro's regime. Hyperinflation and shortages of food and medicines have led four million Venezuelans to flee.
Russian Federation is withdrawing its military "technicians" from crisis-stricken Venezuela on Wednesday, the Caracas embassy said, as President Vladimir Putin gears up for talks with U.S. leader Donald Trump later this week.