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writing into the massive protest against Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro on the back of a motorbike Tuesday was opposition leader one quite go the tens of thousands who turned out support the thirty five year old as the country's interim president as does the US and most western allies but not Russia %HESITATION on Tuesday caution the U. S. against meddling invent as well as political affairs as it struggles with food and medicine shortages and a flailing economy the warning came in a phone call from Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov to U. S. secretary of state Mike Pompeii %HESITATION Lavrov also told Pompeii %HESITATION Russia is ready to facilitate talks between Maduro's NY does opposing camps Russia has sided with Maduro who retains control of most state institutions including the military with Moscow having invested billions of dollars in Venezuela's economy and oil production a convoy of humanitarian aid from the U. S. and Columbia is sitting in the Colombian border town of could talk blocked by Maduro's military , why DO told the crowd Tuesday that the supplies will enter the country on February twenty third setting the stage for a showdown with Maduro