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No contact seen 'any time soon' between Biden team, Maduro: spokesperson


US President Joe Biden's administration says it has no plans to open direct contacts with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, who has called for improved relations after tension with Donald Trump's White House. "We certainly don't expect any contact with Maduro anytime soon," State Department spokesman Ned Price tells reporters. SOUNDBITE

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