Venezuelan parliament speaker Juan Guaidó declared himself interim president at a rally in the capital Caracas on Wednesday, drawing support from several Latin American countries and the U.S. Mr. Maduro vowed to stay in office and cut diplomatic relations with Washington. Russia’s Foreign Ministry said Washington’s recognition of Mr. Guaidó was aimed at destabilizing Venezuela, and Moscow called on the opposition to avoid becoming “pawns in someone else’s chess game.” Your browser does not support HTML5 video. 0:00 / 0:00 Skip Ad in 15 The U.S. recognized Juan Guaidó, Venezuela’s newly appointed National Assembly head, as interim president of the nation, following days of protests against Nicolás Maduro, whose election was widely considered illegitimate. WSJ’s Jason Bellini reports. Photo: Federico Parra/ Agence France-Presse/ Getty Images “Only Venezuelans have the right to determine their future,” the ministry said, warning that Washington’s interference could lead to further chaos and bloodshed. China, […]