CARACAS, Jan 31 (Reuters) - A change in government in Venezuela would favor the country’s two main foreign creditors Russia and China, Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed interim president, Juan Guaido, told Reuters in an interview on Thursday.
Guaido said he had send communications to both countries, allies of President Nicolas Maduro. “What most suits Russia and China is the country’s stability and a change of government,” he said.
Guaido also said Venezuela would be “responsible” to its creditors and bondholders. (Reporting by Mayela Armas and Corina Pons Writing by Angus Berwick Editing by Frank Jack Daniel)