Norway confirms that there will be negotiations between the ruling party and the opposition next week
Norway confirmed on Saturday, May 25, that a new round of negotiations between the government of Nicolás Maduro and the Venezuelan opposition led by Juan Guaidó is due to take place next week.
This meeting will take place in Oslo.
This has been reported by BluRadio Colombia on his Twitter account @BluRadioCo. "# Note | Norway confirms that next week there will be a new round of negotiations between the Maduro government (@NicolasMaduro) and the opposition led by Juan Guaidó (@jguaido) in Oslo #VocesYSonidos – wrote the portal in a social network.
On Saturday, leader Lara Juan Guaidó, as well as the chairman of the National Assembly, did not rule out or confirm that he was attending a meeting in Oslo, but in his speech he said that the opposition would benefit from the mechanisms offered by Norway, the international contact group, Lima Group "for three things: cessation of usurpation (Maduro), transitional government and free elections. "
Deputy Williams Dávila announced a few days ago that a meeting of the opposition with the ruling party will take place in Oslo, at the invitation of the Norwegian authorities to seek a political solution to the serious crisis in Venezuela.
Dávila has ratified that the nomination will take place in Oslo, where opposition delegates will travel, such as the second vice-chairman of the National Assembly, Stalin González, former mayor Baruta Gerardo Blyde and former minister of transport Fernando Martínez Mottola. This could also include the exrector of the National Vicente Díaz Election Council on behalf of Juan Guaidó.
On the part of the ruling party it is likely that the representatives of the first round: Minister of Communications Jorge Rodríguez and Governor Miranda Héctor Rodríguez. Chancellor Jorge Arreaza will be there too.