Guido returned to Caracas. The crisis in Venezuela enters new phase

Juan Guido, the democratic leader of Venezuela, as promised, today arrived in the capital of Caracas. Recognized United States and many other countries, the interim President of the country flew a flight to Maiquetia international airport, 40 km from Caracas. In the arrival hall, he waited for the ambassadors of several countries, including Spain, Germany, the Netherlands and journalists. With them and the column of supporters of a politician on the car in these minutes went to the capital, where the square in the Central district of Las Mercedes is going to rally in his support.

The moment Jun Guaido walked through the airport terminal#Venezuela #Caracas

— CNW (@ConflictsW) March 4, 2019

President @jguaido has arrived in #Venezuela.

— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) March 4, 2019

Nicolas Maduro promised that Guido appear before the court if he sets foot in Venezuela. In the area of the airport, witnesses saw at the moment of arrival, Guide the movement of troops and security forces troops. However, attempts to arrest the policy or prevent its movement has not been undertaken.

Heavy security presence around Maiquetía airport in Caracas ahead of the return of Juan Guaido#Venezuela #Caracas

— CNW (@ConflictsW) March 4, 2019

#JuanGuaido arriving at airport to a warm welcome in Venezuela

— Trish Regan (@trish_regan) March 4, 2019

In the past week, Guido held meetings with leaders of South American countries — Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Colombia and Paraguay, enlisting their support. In the capitals of the States he was greeted with all the ritual, put at a meeting of a recognized head of state.

Opposition leader Juan Guaido returns to Venezuela despite arrest threats

— FRANCE 24 English (@France24_en) March 4, 2019

The situation with the advent of Guido in Caracas may again escalate. It is not excluded that true Maduro security forces would try to still arrest him. Yesterday, trump’s adviser for national security John Bolton said on Twitter that «Any threats or actions against it (Guide) safe return, will be met with a strong and significant response from the United States and the international community.»

Venezuelan Interim President Juan Guaido has announced his planned return to Venezuela. Any threats or acts against his safe return will be met with a strong and significant response from the United States and the international community.

— John Bolton (@AmbJohnBolton) March 4, 2019