The de facto regime of Roberto Micheletti (2009-2010) showed strong disagreements with the Bolivarian government, which condemned the coup d'état against Zelaya. Diplomatic relations broke soon after and Venezuela removed its embassy's personnel.
Years later, in 2019, Senator Juan Guaido proclaimed himself President of Venezuela. Attributing functions that he did not have, he allowed his followers to arbitrarily occupy the Venezuelan embassy in Tegucigalpa.
Once the diplomatic relations have been restarted, however, President Maduro reestablishes the sovereignty of the Venezuelan people in those diplomatic facilities.