He recalled the meetings held under the auspices of the Dominican Republic's former President Danilo Medina (2012-2020) and talks promoted by Norway's government in 2019 to solve political tension in the Bolivarian country.
Although the opposition wanted to reach agreements, final accords were frustrated due to the subordination of the Venezuelan opposition to the U.S.
In the 2017 Dominican Republic talks, for example, the pressure was exercised through calls, messages, and contacts until the opposition left the dialogue.
Besides U.S. interference, the ideological composition of opposition delegations was the main problem to honestly reach commitments.
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Referring to the national dialogue installed on September 16, 2019, Zambrano highlighted that progress and agreements were reached when it was decided to negotiate directly without foreign interference.
Zambrano, who is Parliament's Foreign Policy Commission chairman, also assured that Guyana's government was "bought" by the U.S. oil company Exxon Mobil to sue Venezuela to discard the Geneva Agreement of 1966 that orders a peaceful solution for the territorial dispute in the Essequibo.
"I believe that what we saw in those 3 days of joint military drills between the U.S. and Guyana, we saw what the plan is between Exxon Mobil and the U.S. using the Guyanese as a pawn," he warned.