Venezuela's government and its opposition remained tight-lipped on Tuesday about a visit by a delegation from the United States to the country.

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced the arrival of the delegation on Monday night but did not offer any other details, so it is unknown who and how many people traveled to Caracas, or their agenda.

Maduro only confirmed that the president of parliament, Jorge Rodríguez, received "an important delegation" from US President Joe Biden's government to follow up on talks initiated on Mar. 5 and the bilateral agenda of both countries.