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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said that he was 'committed and personally ready' for international dialogue during a televised speech in Caracas on Friday.
"If I have to go meet this guy [Juan Guaido] in a cap and hood at the top of Pico Humbolt [mountain] at three in the morning, I am going. If I need to go in a hood, I go in a hood. If I have to go naked, I go naked. On foot, by car, by motorcycle," he said.
Maduro continued: "I'm ready to establish dialogue because I believe in this country, I believe in democracy, I believe in words, I believe in truth. I am a democrat. I am a man of my word."
He went on to accuse the international media of attempting to carry out a coup and 'distort the reality of the situation.'
Maduro also likened the current stand-off to the coup faced by his predecessor Hugo Chavez in 2002, claiming Spain were 'racist' and 'arrogant' for recognising the 'historic joke.'
Juan Guaido, president of the Venezuelan National Assembly, proclaimed himself interim president on January 23, after declaring Maduro's January 10 inauguration illegitimate.
Within 24 hours, the US and a majority of Latin America recognised him as president and the US announced $20 million (17.5 million euros) in humanitarian aid.
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