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The National Communication Center, communications office of the president of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, said in a statement that the negotiation mechanism between the government and the regime of Nicolás Maduro sponsored since May by Norway "ran out".
"The dictatorial regime of Nicolás Maduro abandoned the negotiation process with fallacious excuses: after more than 40 days in which they have refused to continue in it, we confirm that the Barbados mechanism was exhausted," says a statement published by the office from Guaidó Sunday night.
After the failed uprising against Maduro led by Guaidó on April 30, a negotiation process between the government and the opposition began in mid-May to try to find solutions to the political and economic crisis in the oil country. The talks, first in Oslo and then in Barbados, were sponsored by the Norwegian government.
The opposition says in its statement that it handed Maduro representatives a proposal for an agreement that the regime refused to discuss.
"We must prepare for a new stage of struggle that will require greater commitment, strength, sacrifice and conviction of all," adds the statement of Guaidó, recognized as president in charge of more than 50 countries.
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