International representatives of the Interim Government of Venezuela met on Monday with international experts to discuss the challenges of the region, the situation of the Venezuelan oil market and plans to put pressure on the Maduro regime in a Covid-19 context.
The event included the words of President Juan Guaidó, who described the initiative as fundamental to align messages and positions regarding the international struggle against the Venezuelan dictatorship.
For his part, the Presidential Commissioner for Foreign Affairs, Julio Borges, opened the meeting, assuring that the objective of the meeting was to align strategies on the challenges Venezuela faces in a new world reality.
The event, which took place virtually, was attended by 150 people, including ambassadors of the interim government, deputies of the National Assembly and members of political parties.
Among the speakers was the renowned internationalist Moisés Naím, who spoke about the new political, economic and technological trends that are taking place in the world. Likewise, oil expert and Baker Institute professor Francisco Monaldi explained the reality of the world oil market, the national gasoline crisis and the dramatic situation of PDVSA.
The session will continue this Tuesday, where the ambassadors of the interim government will discuss the plans to put pressure on Maduro’s regime and the implementation of the strategy to achieve a transition in the country.