Maduro accused the United States and Colombia of wanting to disrupt the talks between the authorities and the opposition of Venezuela

The authorities will provide evidence soon, the President of the Republic noted.

The authorities of Colombia and the United States want to try to disrupt the negotiations between the government and the opposition of Venezuela. This opinion was expressed on Tuesday by the President of the Bolivarian Republic, Nicolas Maduro.

“An international conspiracy is being prepared from Colombia and the United States to put an end to the dialogue that we have patiently and wisely built and that we want to preserve,” he said during a speech that was broadcast on Twitter.

According to Maduro, the Venezuelan authorities “have evidence that the Colombian government” wants to disrupt the negotiations, and they will provide them soon. “On Monday, the members of the delegation were given instructions from the presidential palace in Colombia to stop negotiations,” the Venezuelan president claims.

The Government and the opposition of Venezuela began negotiations on August 13 in Mexico with the mediation of Norway. During the first round of the dialogue, the parties signed a memorandum of understanding to confirm their readiness for negotiations. The parties met again in Mexico on September 3-6 and agreed to start a new round on September 24.

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