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(RNV) – The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, confirmed on Wednesday his commitment to the advances in the dialogue table that takes place in the Dominican Republic.
“One establishes the dialogue for peace with those who are not enemies, those who are against peace. I believe in peace dialogues in the Dominican Republic. I am committed because I believe in the future of Venezuela and only with peace can we build a country”, he said.
The National President announced that on Wednesday the delegation of the Bolivarian Government led by the Minister of People’s Power for Communication, Jorge Rodriguez, and sectors of the Venezuelan opposition led by Julio Borges, signed a preliminary agreement of the points discussed and resolved at the tables of conversations.
“Today a private act was signed with the pre-agreements of the points that have already been discussed and resolved. A private act that was signed, to establish the pre-agreements already established “.
“I believe that we must assume the truth with courage (…) I deeply hope that in 72 hours we can celebrate an agreement for peace, for harmony, for coexistence between the right wing and the great majorities represented by the revolutionary and Bolivarian Government that I preside over” , he sentenced.
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