* Negotiators from the opposing camps have spoken in Oslo ‘for several days’
* Assembly speaker Juan Guaidó declared himself acting president in January
* Nicolas Maduro had taken power in 2013 after death of Hugo Chavez and had controversial second term Presidential vote in 2018
* Several countries including the US have recognised Guaidó as president
Representatives of Venezuela’s regime and the opposition are holding ‘peace negotiations’ in Oslo this week, Norwegian media reported Thursday.
Venezuela has been in political turmoil since assembly speaker Juan Guaidó declared himself acting president in January in a direct challenge to President Nicolas Maduro’s authority.
The NRK radio and television network, quoting anonymous sources, said peace talks have taken place at a secret location in the Norwegian capital for ‘several days’ and are expected to conclude on Thursday.
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WNU Editor: This talks are being described as “exploratory”. It is also the second time that both sides are meeting. As to what do I expect from these talks. I expect nothing will come out of it for now.
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