The foreign affairs representatives of Argentina, Mexico, Chile, the US, Canada and Australia said in a joint statement from Buenos Aires that they would not recognise the outcome of Venezuela's presidential election on Monday. «The governments of Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, the United States and Mexico do not recognise the results of yesterday's elections as they have been summoned by... Еще an illegitimate authority,» said Argentine Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie. The statement was made on the sidelines of the G20 foreign ministers meeting being held in Buenos Aires. On Sunday, Nicolas Maduro was re-elected as Venezuela's President for a second term. According to the country's election board, Maduro took 67.7 percent of the vote, while his closest rival, retired serviceman Falcon, came second with 21.2 percent, and Javier Bertucci with 10 percent.