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18 September, Wednesday

There has been no negotiation in Oslo - Guaido rejects 'false dialogue'

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Venezuela's opposition leader on May 25 rejected "false dialogue" in resolving the country's political crisis, as Norway announced it would host another round of talks between his representatives and the government of President Nicolas Maduro.

The two sides would return to Oslo next week "to continue a process facilitated by Norway," the Scandinavian country's Foreign Minister Ine Eriksen Soreid said.

The mediation bid comes after a months-long power struggle between National Assembly leader Juan Guaido and the socialist president, with sometimes deadly street clashes.

"Nobody is ever going to get us here confused about a false dialogue," Guaido told supporters in Carora, Lara state on May 25, without addressing Norway's announcement directly.    

Guaido said there had been no "negotiation" in the Norway talks, while any deal should include mediation leading to Maduro's departure and new elections being scheduled.


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