Venezuelan dialogue could resume this Friday

The president of Colombia announced that the Venezuelan dialogue between the government and the opposition would begin on November 25

The president of Colombia, Gustavo Petro announced that this Friday, November 25, the dialogue between the Venezuelan opposition and the government of Nicolás Maduro could resume.

“This November 25 and 26, the dialogues between the Maduro government and the Venezuelan opposition will resume”, said the Colombian president through his official Twitter account, although confirmation from Norway is still pending.

For weeks, the whole stage was being prepared so that this dialogue could be possible. Petro, had participated weeks ago in previous talks held a few weeks ago in Paris, at the World Peace Forum, in which the presidents of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, and France, Emmanuel Macron, were also present.

The agenda of these new talks is not known, but since the parties are trying to meet again, there is talk that the humanitarian problem in Venezuela is above electoral interest, although both parties will continue to insist on the relationship of sanctions, for the part of Maduro and the holding of “free elections” on the part of the Unitary Platform.

K. Tovar

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