Juan Guaido supports US sanctions against Venezuela government

'The problems we face today are not the sanctions, it's the dictatorship,' opposition leader Guaido says in an interview.

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    Venezuela's government says it is pausing negotiations with the opposition because of US sanctions.

    The latest sanctions are an attempt to cut off funding for President Nicholas Maduro.

    Opposition Leader Juan Guaido supports the measures, saying they put pressure on Maduro's "dictatorship".

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo sat down with Guaido in Caracas.


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