"I believe in frank and open dialogue," Miranda State Governor Hector Rodriguez said on Twitter.
Venezuela remains willing to participate in respectful dialogue with the nation’s opposition sectors and move towards peace, the Bolivarian government reiterated Thursday.
"I believe in frank and open dialogue as the only way for the tranquility and prosperity of the country," Miranda State Governor Hector Rodriguez said on Twitter.
Hector continued by saying “There is no way for peace, peace is the way,’ M. Gandhi. That's why we'll always bet on dialogue!”
When representatives of Bolivia, Mexico, and Uruguay of the Montevideo Mechanism, a group pledged to help solve the Venezuela crisis in a non-violent way, proposed mutual dialogue last February, Bolivarian President Nicolas Maduro agreed.
Gobierno venezolano confirma su convicción por el diálogo. Estos mensajes se dan luego de varias horas de rumores sobre posibles conversaciones con la oposición. El diputado Guaidó también se pronunció. pic.twitter.com/ukHzE88yzU— Patricia Villegas Marin (@pvillegas_tlSUR) May 16, 2019
"The Venezuelan government confirms its conviction for dialogue. These messages come after several hours of rumors about possible conversations with the opposition. Lawmaker Guaido also spoke out."
"No hay camino para la paz, la paz es el camino" M. Gandhi. Por eso, siempre apostaremos al diálogo!— Héctor Rodríguez C. (@HectoRodriguez) May 16, 2019