Representatives of the National Dialogue Table met with high Vatican authorities to report on the progress they have made since September, this was communicated on Friday, November 29 by a member of the political party Solutions for Venezuela, Johel Orta Moro and the leader of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (Psuv), Francisco Torrealba.
Orta Moro explained that they delivered a letter to Pope Francis “to reiterate the commitment to inform, point by point, the population and the international community, about the partial agreements that are being reached.”
According to the publication of the Unión Radio station, the communication emphasizes the dialogue between both the opposition sector and the national government.
Therefore, it says that this approach is the result “of all the prayers that the pontiff has said for the Venezuelan people.”
He explained that they took advantage of the opportunity “of the visits made to the Vatican, European Parliament and Senate of the Republic of Italy, to invite them to contribute to the understanding and peaceful solution among Venezuelans, based on the principles of non-intervention and self-determination of the peoples”.
Similarly, they asked the aforementioned organizations to maintain a permanent relationship with the National Dialogue Table in order to strengthen the different political solutions and pay attention to the needs of the Venezuelan people, which have increased due to the blockade, sanctions and foreign interference in the country.
For his part, Francisco Torrealba notified through a social network user on Twitter: “Today, November 29, we met the total agenda of the National Dialogue Table delegation by delivering the communication we sent to the Pontifex_es even though they tried to prevent it we were heard and we continue with hope, peace and dialogue”.
The letter was signed by Javier Bertucci, Rafael Marín, Segundo Meléndez, Joel Orta, Melva Paredes, Daniel Santolo and Francisco Torrealba.
Translated by JRE/EF
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