The President in Charge of the Republic, Juan Guaidó, issued a statement to all Venezuelans and the world about the conversations that have taken place with the regime to find a definitive solution to the country’s crisis.
“People of Venezuela, National Armed Forces and international community, as the legitimate President in charge of the Republic, I have assumed the duty to do everything necessary to return our country to freedom and end the suffering of our people. Therefore, we accept the call of various actors in the international community to explore the Oslo mechanism as a tool to reach a solution.”
He said that such compliance was made with “skepticism and distrust”, based on previous experiences. However, he indicated that he assumed it with the “seriousness” of those who have a moral obligation to try to find any solution that saves Venezuelans more suffering.
Guaidó, pointed to the regime of Nicolás Maduro as the “obstacle” to solve the crisis that is becoming more acute every day in Venezuela.
He said that not only was the “bad faith and lack of seriousness” once again demonstrated, but they also demonstrated that they had no internal unity in order to offer an orderly transition.
“For the first time in many years, it is they (the regime) who are trapped in a negotiating scenario just at the moment we present an agreement that would guarantee the free expression of the people.”