Norway is trying to achieve a resumption of dialogue between the government and the opposition in Venezuela

To do this, a special delegation arrived in Caracas.

A delegation sent by the government of Norway had arrived in Caracas to seek a resumption of negotiations between the Venezuelan Executive and the opposition. This was reported on Wednesday by FreeNews, citing its sources.

The delegation will hold separate meetings with representatives of the administration of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, as well as with his political opponents. There is no official confirmation of this information.

At least two rounds of indirect talks between the Venezuelan authorities and opposition were held in Oslo in May, facilitated by the Norwegian government. On July 8, a new phase of dialogue began in Barbados. Then Maduro said that the negotiations were intense, and did not rule out that the consultations could end with the achievement of agreements. Last week, however, the Venezuelan authorities decided to withdraw from the next round of talks in Barbados, citing “dangerous and brutal aggression against Venezuela by the administration of [us President Donald] Trump,” which is supported by the opposition of the Bolivarian Republic.

Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
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