"We can assure our strategic partners here in Russia that there is neither a possibility of a military coup, nor of a popular uprising in Venezuela, because most of the population understands what is happening and is mobilised to support the legitimate government", Gil said at a Moscow meeting with lawmaker Konstantin Kosachev, who chairs the Foreign Affairs Committee in Russia's upper house of parliament.
Gil added, though, that there was always the risk of external interference that could "wreak havoc".
He continued on by saying that Venezuela's oil industry is one of the country's main targets.
"Any decision that will help resolve differences between the opposition and the government should be made through a national dialogue, so we supported the proposal by the group from Mexico, Uruguay, and the CARICOM countries, which includes four phases of conflict resolution", Gil said in Russia's Federation Council.
The statements come amid a highly-tense situation surrounding the delivery of US humanitarian aid to the Latin American country.
On 21 February, Maduro announced the complete closure of the land border with Brazil, where another aid hub is situated. The president has not ruled out the possibility that the border with Colombia might be closed as well.
President Nicolas Maduro, for his part, has categorically rejected accepting aid that the United States has delivered to the Colombian border city of Cucuta, blaming Washington for trying to organise a coup in the country through a "muppet" Guaido and using humanitarian aid as one of the means to overthrow his government.