On Wednesday, the governments of Mexico and Uruguay, issued a statement informing about the organization of an International Conference, on February 7th in the city of Montevideo, with a view to establishing new dialogue mechanisms that restore stability and a climate of peace in Venezuela.
The text states that, due to the neutral and non-intervention position that both governments have adopted in the face of the current situation in the South American country, they decided to call for «an inclusive and credible dialogue that will solve, once and for all, the delicate situation they are facing our Venezuelan brothers. «
Last January 22nd, Mexico and Uruguay, called for the need to promote dialogue to reduce tensions and prevent an escalation of violence.
The Governments of Uruguay and Mexico, by virtue of the neutral position that both have adopted to Venezuela, they have decided to organize an international conference with representatives of the main countries and international organizations that have shared this position in the face of this situation.
The purpose of the conference is to lay the foundations to establish a new dialogue mechanism that, with the inclusion of all Venezuelan forces, helps to restore stability and peace in that country. This effort responds to the call of the Secretary General of the UN, António Guterres, to bet for dialogue in front of those who deny that this possibility exists.
Both governments have adopted a non-intervention position, while at the same time they have expressed their concern about the human rights situation in Venezuela.
Therefore, they have decided to call for an inclusive and credible dialogue that will solve once and for all the delicate situation that our Venezuelan brothers are going through.
The conference will be held on February 7th, in the city of Montevideo, Uruguay, and it is expected that it will be represented by more than ten countries and international organizations.
The Government of Uruguay is ready to work with those members of the international community who, like Mexico and the UN, wish to bet on diplomacy.
Montevideo, January 30th, 2019
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