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Venezuela opposition demand date to resume dialogue with Maduro in Mexico

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Government and opposition delegates met in Mexico City on Nov. 26 after more than a year of hiatus. The parties agreed to create a fund administered by the United Nations with frozen Venezuelan money. The funds would be used to recover part of the electrical system, hospitals and schools in the OPEC nation.
Published 2 months ago · C C S, Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of

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Venezuela opposition demand date to resume dialogue with Maduro in Mexico

CARACAS - Venezuela's opposition asked President Nicolas Maduro's government to set a date to resume political talks in Mexico that could alleviate the county's long-running political and economic crises. Government and opposition delegates met in Mexico City on Nov. 26 after more than a year of hiatus, and signed a "social agreement", but did not announce a date to meet again. The

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Venezuela opposition demand date to resume dialog with Maduro in Mexico

CARACAS -- Venezuela's opposition asked President Nicolas Maduro's government to set a date to resume political talks in Mexico that could alleviate the county's long-running political and economic crises.

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