The representative of the National Assembly of Venezuela in Panama, Fabiola Zavarce, welcomes the recent joint declaration of the European Union, the United States and Canada, as it is a clear reflection of the struggle that is developing in Venezuela to achieve fair, free and verifiable elections, as contemplated in the National Salvation Agreement.
This Friday, was published the joint declaration where the US, the EU and Canada indicated their willingness to “review” the sanctions against Nicolás Maduro’s regime in Venezuela if a Venezuelan-led negotiation arises that advances towards free elections.
The two countries and the regional bloc, which do not recognize Maduro’s mandate that began in 2019 and that of the Legislative Assembly elected in 2020 as the result of fraudulent elections, yearn for a peaceful solution to the deep crisis that the people of Venezuela are going through.
“We have said it and we maintain it, the National Salvation Agreement is the way to solve the deep economic, political and social crisis that our country is facing, and to this end we are reached a consensus of all the democratic forces of the country, because the recovery of freedom and democracy in our homeland requires everyone’s effort,” highlighted Ms. Zavarce.
Among the scope of the National Salvation Agreement proposed by Interim President Juan Guaidó are: helping the massive entry of vaccines against covid-19 and the entry of humanitarian aid; achieve political stability that will allow the creation of new jobs, foreign investment and salary recovery; and the return of guarantees for the political participation of all the actors that leads to an election of authorities that can solve the crisis of public services that persists in the country.