Venezuelan interim president takes a three-week tour of North America and Europe .
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido “in the next few hours” will return to his homeland from a trip to North America and Europe, the Guaido press service said Tuesday afternoon. The interim president of Venezuela spent three weeks outside the country, during which he held a series of meetings with foreign leaders.
Guaido will return to Venezuela through the country’s main airport, Maiquetia, the politician’s press service said.
Guaido, recognized as the legitimate president of Venezuela by more than 50 countries, was admitted to the White House and attended the World Economic Forum in Davos after he managed to leave Venezuela despite the travel ban imposed on Guaido by the regime of Nicolas Maduro.