Nicolás Maduro pointed out that the proposal to hold a high-level meeting with Guyana would be announced in the coming days, in order to preserve a zone of peace.
The president of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, asked Venezuela not to take unilateral measures that intensify the border dispute it maintains with Guyana and urged mediation with the participation of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac).
In a phone call he had with his counterpart Nicolás Maduro, Lula da Silva expressed his concern and called for dialogue to resolve the dispute.
In this sense, the Brazilian president explained to Maduro the terms of the declaration approved last Thursday at the Mercosur Summit, and reminded him of the long tradition of dialogue in Latin America.
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For his part, Maduro pointed out that the proposal to hold a high-level meeting with Guyana would be announced in the coming days, in order to preserve a zone of peace.
The information was issued through a statement in which it was also stated that the Venezuelan president spoke with the Secretary General of the United Nations (UN), Antonio Guterres, to promote efforts in favor of dialogue between both parties.
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#Urgent🔴 President of Guyana accepts the President’s proposal @NicolasMaduro on dialogue, this action is supported by the UN and the main leader of the region, @LulaOficial. Read here the #release complete ⬇️⬇️#9Dec #AllForVenezuela pic.twitter.com/b811WtgLB9
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