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Guaidó Appointee Hands Over Keys To The Venezuela Embassy in San Jose

The takeover of the Venezuela Embassy in San Jose came to an end Thursday, when Juan Guaido’s appointee, Maria Faria, handed over the keys of diplomatic mission to a notary, with the intention of giving them to the officials appointed by Nicolás Maduro who still have more than a month before having to leave Costa Rica.
Maria Faria (center), the Venezuela ambassador recognized by the government of Costa Rica, Thursday night handed over the keys to the embassy to Costa Rican notaries the day after her group had taken the embassy
The handing over of the keys was made at 9:55 pm Thursday, within the embassy located in Los Yoses, San José, in the presence of the media.
In a statement, Guaidó said that “we comply with the

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