Pope Francis has acknowledged that he has received requests from President Nicolas Maduro to help resume negotiations in Venezuela to end the political crisis, but unless opposition leader Juan guaido requests it, Will not take any initiative. Frances admitted on Tuesday that he had not read Maduro’s letter, which had reached the Vatican through diplomatic means.
They said, ‘We will see what can be done in it.’ But while talking to journalists on the way while returning home from the United Arab Emirates, he said that from the Vatican to help negotiate between Maduro and Opposition The last diplomatic effort was gone unnecessarily. He told reporters, ‘I will read the first letter, then I will see what can be done in it. But its preliminary condition is that both sides have to be ready for this.
However, under the leadership of guaido in Venezuela, the opposition has made it clear that negotiations on any proposal will be started only on conditions of withdrawal from Maduro’s power.
Significantly, dozens of countries, including the US and several European countries, have recognized the leader of the House said as the Interim President of Venezuela. This has caused a huge political crisis in the country.
Maduro said in a statement that he sent a letter to Pope Francis. Maduro said, “I urge the Pope to do his best, his guidance helps us to adopt the path of dialogue and hope for a positive response.”