UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that the United Nations will not join any side in discussions involving the political crisis in Venezuela.

The UN secretariat has decided not to be part of any of these groups in order to give credibility to our continued offer of good offices to the parties to be able at their request to help find a political solution.

When opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president and the government of President Nicolas Maduro illegitimate, countries across the globe were split in placing their support on the two individuals.

The USA, Canada and various Latin American nations were quick to recognize Guaido’s claim as Maduro lashed out, calling on Washington to withdraw its diplomats from Venezuela.

Meanwhile, Mexico, Bolivia and Uruguay refused to withdraw their recognition of Maduro. While the rest of the world picks sides, it seems that the UN will remain on the sidelines of the issue, for now.

A conference is planned by Mexico and Uruguay to kick start dialogue between Venezuelans.

The international conference is scheduled to take place in the capital of Uruguay, Montevideo, with 10 countries and international organizations expected to attend.

AA. com / ABC Flash Point News 2019. 

4.7 3 votes
Article Rating
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
22-06-20 11:47

Hypocrisy as the Diplomacy?

Sephardic Jew
Sephardic Jew
03-07-20 12:21

So US puppet Guaido can steal the countries assets and the deposits on the PdVSA’s bank accounts in the USA and London?

Seven Deadly Sins
10-08-20 19:33

Guaido is a farce?

12-11-20 02:48

So much for integrity?