Unconfirmed News that Maduro & Guaido Factions close to Truce in Norway.


Uploaded by RT News | Published on May 15, 2019.
 
Michele Greenstein, RT: Now these are anonymous sources so let's take that with a grain of salt. Neither party has officially declared this meeting to have happened  but when the Venezuelan ambassador to the UN was asked about this trip to Norway, he did not deny. On the other hand some sectors of the Venezuelan opposition say that they are not open to dialogue, they are not all on the same page when it comes to this and they also deny any involvement in this alleged trip to Norway.

Infobae, Caracas provides more details:

Translation:
"A secret negotiation to find a political solution to the Venezuelan crisis is taking place in Oslo, Norway, according to Venezuelan media and confirmed to Infobae sources in Caracas.

Two officials representing Nicolás Maduro and two on behalf of the opposition participated in the meeting. In the name of the Chavez regime, there is the Minister of Communication, Jorge Rodríguez, and the Governor of the State of Miranda, Héctor Rodríguez. For the opposition, it is affirmed that the former minister of the Government of Carlos Andrés Pérez, Fernando Martínez Mottola, and the ex-deputy Gerardo Blyde, as confirmed by Globovisión and Al Navío, would be in the Norwegian capital.

The negotiation would count on the endorsement of the leader of Voluntad Popular Leopoldo López, the same party to which the interim president Juan Guaidó belongs.

Norway had an important role in the dialogues in Havana that culminated with the historic peace agreement between the Colombian Government and the FARC. Therefore, there are those who harbor some expectation in Caracas, despite the large number of similar instances of dialogue between Chavez and the opposition that failed in recent years and only served to give the regime more time to hold on to power...." Read more


Alnavio had reported on this event since Tuesday, 14th May: Hay una negociación secreta en Venezuela y nadie dice nada. ¿Quién la propuso? There is a secret negotiation in Venezuela and nobody says anything. Who proposed it?

Translation:
"First it was a secret. Then a whisper. And the details have just been shown on a television station in Caracas. The journalist Vladimir Villegas reported it on the program 'Contrast and Controversy' that was premiered by Globovisión. Villegas said that "there are people linked" to the parties "Voluntad Popular and Primero Justicia who intend to negotiate with the Government of Nicolás Maduro" in order to "seek a solution to the political conflict that Venezuela is experiencing." ....Read more.

As RT advised in their coverage at the top of this post, until official confirmation is provided, take everything with a grain of salt.

Update: The MSM have begun to cover the story. See Google search results.

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