Foreign Minister Alvaro Leyva confirmed the holding of a summit with the United States, Canada and European countries in Colombia to discuss the situation in Venezuela.

Foreign Minister Alvaro Leyva confirmed the holding of a summit with the United States, Canada and European countries in Colombia to discuss the situation in Venezuela.
File image reference. Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro. Photograph: Leonardo Fernandez Viloria/Reuters

Colombian Foreign Minister Alvaro Leyva noted that representatives of the United States, Canada and some European countries will visit Bogotá on April 25, 2023, Pennsylvaniara Find ways to appeal dialogue between Venezuelan regime and oppositionIn order to ensure transparency in the presidential elections in Venezuela in 2024.

On the twenty-fifth of this month (April), it will take place in The capital of the republic is Bogotaconference with countries Latin America, which includes the United States and Canada And the European countries, to see how they can resume the political dialogues that were taking place in Mexico, of course with the opposition parties and President Maduro. Foreign Minister Alvaro Leyva in the United Nations.

At the meeting will be United States Secretary of State Anthony Blikin who will also arrive in the Colombian capital at the end of April 2023, to accompany the various international delegations from Europe and America that will attend the meeting.

The meeting will also be attended by senior officials of the European Union as mediators between the two parties (regime Nicolas Maduro and the Venezuelan opposition).

With this, a programmatic solution is being sought for the various problems facing the country, whether in democracy or in the economic blockade that the country is suffering from and that has led to the devaluation of the local currency, affecting the lifestyle of millions of Venezuelans.

It should be noted that Colombian President Gustavo Petro In the presidential election of 2024 seeks an agreement to accompany United State Which legitimizes the next president of Venezuela.

In the middle of a meeting in Venezuela, Colombia’s president, Gustavo Petro, had made it clear to Maduro that upcoming elections in the neighboring country should be transparent, ensuring the participation of the opposition.

It should be noted that in 2024 elections will be held in the neighboring country, and several sectors of the opposition and even the international community are already questioning the legality and transparency of the Venezuelan electoral process, taking into account the violation of human rights. by the Maduro regime.

For this reason, President Gustavo Petro, taking advantage of the opening of trade and political relations with Venezuela, wants to look for an opportunity to ensure democratic mechanisms of participation and mediation between the ruling party and the opposition.

The head of state’s decision to renew relations with the neighboring country has generated multiple impressions, from those saluting the measures taken by the national government to ensure the welfare of Colombian and Venezuelan citizens, to the vicious criticism of the right-wing opposition referring to Petro as a partner if he continues to maintain a diplomatic relationship with Nicolás Maduro.

Venezuelan comedian Benjamin Rossio, known for his character “Air Conde del Guacaro”, announced that he will participate in the opposition primaries, which will take place on October 22, to choose who will face Chavismo in the presidential elections scheduled for 2024. high profile” and “respect”. towards his “honorable opponents”. He explained that Rossio began his tour of “all of Venezuela” on Tuesday in western Caracas with the aim of “collecting (…) the largest number of signatures in the best possible time.” Venezuelans deserve opportunities, a government that guarantees us health, education, employment, personal and legal security, to be independent and in control of our own destiny. And I promise to work with the best in every field, regardless of their political or religious ideology.”

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