Humanitarian Aid, discussed in Mexico on Saturday to touch on US approval for Chevron to operate in Venezuela.
Venezuelan government and opposition to reopen political talks On Saturday, Norway’s foreign ministry confirmed that negotiations aimed at finding a way out of the country’s complex crisis have stalled for more than a year.
Norway, which is facilitating talks in Mexico, said on Thursday that the two parties would sign a “partial agreement on social issues.”
The Norwegian Embassy in Mexico announced, “The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and the Platform of Unity of Venezuela have decided to resume the dialogue and negotiation process in Mexico on 26 November. murmured.
the previous meeting Suspended in October 2021 The government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has outraged that the US has handed over a businessman with ties to his regime.
Negotiations are expected to focus on humanitarian assistance programs for underfunded countries and the terms of the presidential elections scheduled for 2024.
supported by the United States, Juan Guaidócould also discuss a US extension for oil giant Chevron to operate in Venezuela amid skyrocketing global energy costs.
Chevron is going to get Approval from Washington Expand operations in South American countries as early as Saturday.
The approval will allow oil to be produced and exported, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador commented on the news of the new talks at a regular press conference on Thursday, saying he was grateful that both sides trusted Mexico to hold the talks. Stated.
“The idea is that we don’t play the lead role. What we want is understanding and agreement between the parties so that we can move forward and achieve peace and tranquility,” he said. rice field.