Venezuela’s opposition in new round of talks with Maduro government
Juan Guaidó, recognised by about 50 states including the US as the leader of the country, will attend the new exploratory talks in Barbados
Caracas — A third round of negotiations between Venezuela’s government and the opposition will take place in Barbados this week.
The new exploratory talks seek to end a bitter clash between President Nicolas Maduro, who has been accused of stealing the last election, and Juan Guaidó, who says he is the country’s rightful leader. Prior negotiations had taken place in Oslo with Norwegian officials acting as mediators...