Caracas, April 7 (Prensa Latina) This Sunday, the Government of Venezuela maintains its willingness to engage in dialogue as a mechanism to settle political differences for peace and to prevent the continuation of terrorist aggression against the people.
As a way to achieve an exchange with the opposition that will lead to satisfactory results for Venezuelans, the President of the Republic, Nicolas Maduro, asked the nations guaranteeing the Montevideo Agreement to reactivate support for international negotiations.
‘I call on the presidents of Mexico, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador; Uruguay, Tabare Vásquez; Bolivia, Evo Morales; and the prime ministers and heads of state of the 14 Caribbean countries, members of Caricom, to resume the dialogue initiative signed in Montevideo two months ago,’ the President requested.
During the mobilization held on Saturday in Caracas in defense of the homeland and against imperialism, Maduro ratified his support and willingness to seek a peaceful way to reach agreements ‘for the good of Venezuela and its future.’
‘Let’s put all our cards on the table and halt the terrorist attacks and ambushes,’ he said, once again denouncing the systematic terrorist campaign that seeks to destroy the National Electric System (SEN).
The dignitary explained that the backing of Mexico, Uruguay, Bolivia and the Caribbean nations will make possible to carry on with the talks with all the political, cultural, economic and social sectors that wish to protect Venezuela from so much evil planned by the United States government.
In this regard, he pointed out that through talks sectors of the political right that have not fallen into the terrorist madness of Washington will be able to express themselves in a mature and responsible way for national and regional interests’.
Finally, Maduro stressed that most Venezuelans yearn for dialogue, prosperity, tranquility, progress and peace.