Of course not, but Guaido isn't actually in a position to give Vlad Venezuela's hard assets; Maduro is. And should Guiado take power, he's going to be taking over the exact same clusterfuck of an economy that Maduro is currently running. I could see it if Guiado could lay out a roadmap for payment that factors in the improvements from foreign investments once the sanctions get lifted, but even so, is that worth risking Russia's reputation as a patron?The only thing Guaido has to do is to talk with Putin and offer them a schedule for payments. "See, Vlad: let's be honest: Maduro is never going to pay you back. I will". He wouldn't be lying: there is no way Maduro will pay the Ruskies back. At least not with money.