The Venezuelan government had withdrawn from negotiations in October 2021 after a round of talks in August, following the illegal detention and extradition of Alex Saab.
The head of the government delegation, Jorge Rodríguez, reported that the agreement creates a mechanism aimed at recovering Venezuelan resources blocked abroad and using the same to address vital social needs of the people
The dialogue process between the socialist government of President Nicolas Maduro and the opposition had been suspended since October 2021. Meanwhile, the diplomatic relations between Venezuela and the US had been suspended since January 2019
Alex Saab was extradited on October 16 after being detained in Cape Verde for 491 days following his arrest on June 12, 2020.
Following Saab’s extradition, Venezuela announced that it was suspending its participation in the dialogue process with the opposition in Mexico
The recent round of dialogue and negotiation process between the Venezuelan government and the platform of far-right opposition forces began amid conflict with the mediator Norway and concluded without reaching significant agreements
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Important advances were made during the second round of negotiations in Mexico. The dialogue process between the two sides is crucial as it could end years of political crisis and economic instability in Venezuela
The dialogues between the Venezuelan government and opposition seek to open paths for the actors to resolve their differences between themselves without external interference
As many as 110 right-wing opposition leaders who have either been convicted or are being tried were pardoned by President Nicolás Maduro. This will enable them to take part in the electoral process for the National Assembly
Argentine President, Alberto Fernández, recognized Nicolás Maduro as Venezuela’s legitimate president and criticized the economic blockades against the Caribbean country, setting up a new scenario in Latin America
Clíver Alcalá affirmed that he has a contract with Juan Guaidó and US advisors