Loans to Venezuela from President Nicolas Maduro's allies Russia and China would be renegotiated through the Paris Club if Maduro leaves power, an advisor to the opposition said, responding to concerns about favorable treatment for the two countries.5 comments
Bolivia's President Evo Morales and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin Thursday signed agreements in Moscow on energy, industrial, agricultural and military issues and discussed the Venezuelan crisis negotiations that are taking place in Norway between delegates of Juan Guaidó and Nicolás Maduro.Add your comment!
The government of Nicolás Maduro and the Venezuelan opposition will sit down at the same table to negotiate an exit to the political, social and economic crisis that the country is experiencing, this time in Barbados, despite the little motivation that exists among the Venezuelans to consolidate an agreement and the unsuccessful attempts of the past.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Sunday announced he will maintain Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino in his post, following months of rumors that top military brass would be replaced after a failed uprising in April.
Venezuela's self-declared interim president Juan Guaido said on Sunday a new dialogue between the opposition and President Nicolas Maduro's government would be held in Barbados. He did not specify a date for resumption of talks at the new venue, in the Caribbean, after earlier discussions stalled in Norway.
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido said on Tuesday that there would “never” be a good moment to negotiate with President Nicolas Maduro's “dictatorship”, ruling out an expected new round of talks to find an exit from the country's crisis.
The Venezuelan foreign ministry said on Monday it had agreed to the return of the German ambassador whom President Nicolas Maduro's government expelled in March after he had gone to Caracas airport to greet opposition leader Juan Guaido.
Members of the Organization of American States (OAS) ended two days of meetings on Friday without a clear plan for increasing pressure on embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, despite a majority vote to recognize a representative from the country's opposition.
Uruguay on Thursday withdrew from the annual meeting of the Organization of American States (OAS) Assembly being held in Medellin, Colombia, in protest of the presence of what it said was an illegitimate delegation from Venezuela.
Venezuela's former intelligence chief, Cristopher Figuera, who fled the country after backing a failed uprising against President Nicolas Maduro in April, has told the Washington Post the regime could still fall.