Venezuela denounces alleged sabotage of dialogue by the United States and Colombia

According to Moncada, the initiatives that are being developed in Norway and Barbados are threatened by the intentions of these countries to seek an alleged military intervention in Venezuela.


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Samuel Moncada (Credit: Drew Angerer / Getty Images)

(CNN Spanish) - From the headquarters of the United Nations in New York, the permanent representative of Venezuela Samuel Moncada denounced that the United States and Colombia would be trying to prevent a peaceful solution for the dialogue between the opposition and the questioned government of Nicolás Maduro.

According to Moncada, the initiatives that are being developed in Norway and Barbados are threatened by the intentions of these countries to seek an alleged military intervention in Venezuela. He did not offer details about both processes of dialogue but said that there is an intention to reach a consensus on the part of the Maduro government but that the "campaign" that Colombia and the United States threatens these initiatives.

He also referred to the letter sent by President Nicolás Maduro to the high commissioner of human rights, Michelle Bachelet, rejecting his previous report. He said that they remain committed to the defense of human rights and that they will continue to work with the office that has been established in Venezuela.

ref: cnnespanol