"We have been in talks with government officials, civilian and military men… This is a very delicate subject involving personal security. We are meeting with them, but discreetly," Guaido said.
"On Wednesday, a mass public demonstration will be held, and I call on the people of Venezuela to take to the streets," Guaido said in a video address that he posted on Twitter.
The opposition leader added that another rally would be held on Saturday.
He also said that the protests aimed to promote respect for human rights in the country, to put an end to usurpation of power, and also to ensure possibility to receive humanitarian assistance.
Last Wednesday, Guaido, the head of the opposition-led National Assembly, declared himself the country's interim president amid a political crisis in Venezuela.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro accused Washington, which immediately recognized Guaido as interim president, for staging a coup in the country and announced that he would severe diplomatic ties with the United States.
Russia said that it recognized only Maduro as the legitimately elected president of Venezuela and also voiced readiness to mediate dialogue between the government and the opposition.