"I'm going to introduce you to the friend we have in Caracas waiting …" This is how the singer announced Alejandro Sanz through his Instagram account (with 3.8 million followers) the interview he had with the president of the National Assembly of Venezuela for about ten minutes, Juan Guaidó, self-proclaimed president of the country and to which the United States and the main American countries have already recognized, except Mexico.
– "Alejandro, how are you?"
– "Nice to meet you, how you feel".
– "Very well, committed, focused on the task that Venezuelans have, with the recognition of people like you, who support us to carry a message of peace and democracy, I know you are very aware of Venezuelans."
– "We are all pending, they are not alone, everyone who believes in democracy and freedom is on the side of the Venezuelan people." I want to congratulate him and for the generous way in which he takes it. "
This is how the conversation between the two began, developed with great cordiality and that has had a guest, a relative of Guaidó, which has led the artist to point out that "it is sad to be separated from the family by such a political situation". After a brief greeting between Guaidó and his cousin, Sanz sent him encouragement: "Do not lose heart, what you need, Venezuela is the family of all, a lot of strength, we hope for free elections and we will be happy to see a Venezuela growing, colored , the one I've known. "
Guaidó wanted to draw attention to the emergency situation and shortages in the country: "I want to take advantage of your audience to activate humanitarian aid." Then, both have agreed that their performance before the state in which the Venezuelan population is located is not ideological, "but of humanity". "It is not about the rights, nor about the left, but about serving the people, about democracy and freedom," the Venezuelan leader stressed.
Finally, before the ultimatum given by the European Union to Nicolás Maduro to call for free elections, which is held on Saturday, both have called on the demonstrations called that day in the country to put pressure on the Bolivarian president. "We invite everyone to manifest and bring a cry of freedom," said Guaidó to which Sanz has responded: "Everything is in favor so that this happens, we will be by your side, firm, live free Venezuela and take care brother. "