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Venezuelan President Maduro welcomes home diplomats recalled from US


Venezuelan President Maduro welcomes home diplomats recalled from US
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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Monday welcomed home diplomats recalled from the United States after the two countries scaled back their diplomatic missions to skeleton staff. The appearance was broadcast on national television and was followed by a speech by Maduro. The diplomatic rift was triggered by U.S. recognition last week of opposition leader Juan Guaido as Venezuela's interim president.

(With inputs from agencies.)

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