Venezuelan Delegation Travels to Dominican Republic for Peace Dialogue

President of the Constituent Assembly Delcy RodriguezThe meeting is aimed at reaching peace and a mutual understanding with the opposition sector.

The delegation of the Venezuelan government is traveling to the Dominican Republic to take part in the next round of talks with the opposition sector.

But members of the opposition coalition, known as the Democratic Unity Roundtable or MUD, announced on Tuesday that they would not attend the meeting.

“There won’t be anyone traveling to the Dominican Republic,” MUD said in a message on Twitter,

The meeting is aimed at reaching peace and a mutual understanding with the opposition sector.

The previous round of talks took place on Sept. 13.

In this session, the opposition was represented by Timoteo Zambrano, Luis Florido, Manuel Rosales, Vicente Diaz, Julio Borges and Eudoro Gonzalez.

The Venezuelan government was represented by Mayor Jorge Rodriguez, the president of the National Constituent Assembly, Delcy Rodriguez, and Roy Chaderton Matos.

At those meetings, both parties agreed to continue to dialogue. They also agreed to create a commission comprised of delegates from Venezuela, Mexico, Chile, Bolivia and Nicaragua to ensure their political agreements are carried forward.

 

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