RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said Saturday he was willing to "turn the page" with the U.S. under President Joe Biden, calling for a "new path" after years of tension with Donald Trump's White House.
"We are willing to walk a new path in our relations with Joe Biden's government based on mutual respect, dialogue, communication and understanding," the leftist leader told supporters, adding that he "is willing to turn the page" with the new U.S. administration.
Trump's government had slapped multiple economic sanctions on Venezuela, including an oil embargo in place . . .