Venezuela: power and opposition sign an agreement in Mexico hailed as “a hope for all of Latin America”

The government of Nicolas Maduro and the opposition of Venezuela signed Saturday, November 26 in Mexico City (Mexico) “a second partial agreement on social protection” at the end of negotiations followed closely by the United States, France, Spain, Norway, Mexico and Colombia. The deal could allow for further easing of US sanctions on the Caracas regime, analysts say.

Suspended for 15 months, the negotiations resumed after the intervention of Colombia and the United States. The agreement represents “a hope for all of Latin America” and “the triumph of politics”, greeted Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard. French President Emmanuel Macron, who has been involved in the resumption of talks, welcomed a “excellent news”offering support to obtain “concrete results”. The resumption of dialogue was announced by left-wing Colombian President Gustavo Petro, who returned to Caracas after coming to power this year.

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