Nicolas Maduro is ready to talk. The Venezuelan President said he’s willing to meet with opposition leaders and international mediators to bring an end to the country’s political turmoil. But he ruled out holding new presidential elections until 2025. Maduro was re-elected to a six-year term last year in elections that many have called illegitimate. Meanwhile, Juan Guaido — the leader of the democratically elected Venezuelan National Assembly who last week declared himself the country’s interim president — finds himself under investigation. His assets will be frozen, and he can’t leave the country during the probe.