THE UN WİLLİNG TO COLLABORATE IN THE DIALOG BETWEEM MADURO AND GUAIDO

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The United Nations is willing to promote dialogue between the two sides in the Venezuelan crisis if both leaders, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, and the self-proclaimed president “in charge”, Juan Guaido, send a joint petition in this regard, according to declared on Sunday the secretary general

The UN and I personally offer help to both parties in the event of a request for serious negotiations, to take the country out of the current confrontation,” the UN chief told a news conference.

Venezuela is mired in a political crisis since the president of the National Assembly, the opposition Juan Guaido, on January 23, proclaimed himself president in charge of the country for not recognizing the new mandate of President Nicolas Maduro. The United States has recognized Guaido as legitimate president and has warned that there are several options “on the table,” including a military intervention.

Guaido himself has repeatedly called for an uprising by the army and has announced an amnesty for those who join the rebellion. Since then, Maduro has multiplied his actions with the presence of the military.

Maduro does not recognize the existence of a humanitarian crisis and blames the United States for the economic situation. “If you want to help Venezuela, release the money that has blocked us,” he said this Friday in reference to US sanctions.

 

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The United Nations is willing to promote dialogue between the two sides in the Venezuelan crisis if both leaders, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, and the self-proclaimed president "in charge", Juan Guaido

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