Lack of progress in Venezuela´s dialogues worries to the OAS
The Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), José Miguel Insulza, expressed the concern for lack of progress in Venezuela’s dialogue today during the inaugural 44th session of the General Assembly.
The official said that “the dialogue (in Venezuela) does not advance, but we still believe that the only solution (to the problem of the country) is the dialogue,” and motivated the government and the opposition of Venezuela to persist in this way.
He also urged the international community to participate in the search for peace in Venezuela “without pressure and sanctions.”
Within his speech, Insulza spanned and recalled the importance of the OAS in the continent and highlighted the achievements over the years in the form of numerous legal instruments adopted since its creation.