Barbados-Venezuelan Crisis/Talks

Venezuelan government, opposition end talks in Barbados

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Bridgetown, Barbados - July 11, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. National flag of Barbados
2. Various of Barbados' foreign ministry building
3. Various of street

FILE: Caracas, Venezuela - April 18-19, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
4. Posters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, former President Hugo Chavez on building
5. Poster of Maduro
6. Poster of Chavez
7. Various of building of National Assembly
8. Banner reading (Spanish) "I Am President"
9. Pedestrians


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The latest round of talks between the Venezuelan government and the opposition concluded on Wednesday night in Barbados, with no substantial progress having been made.

The Venezuelan Minister of Communication and Information Jorge Rodriguez, who led the government delegation, however, described the round of talks as fruitful.

He said via Twitter that they had fully prepared for the Barbados talks that aimed to reach a "verifiable and feasible" agreement to resume stability in the country, while stressing the government's willingness to hold dialogue with the opposition.

The Barbados talks were conducted on the basis of a six-point agenda including political, economic and election revealed by the Venezuelan government, though parties involved declined to give any details on what were discussed during the three days of talks.

The Barbados gathering is the third round of the Norway-mediated talks between the two camps since they first met in Oslo in May.

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro won re-election to another six-year term last May and took his oath of office in January. But the political deadlock between the two sides reached a critical point, after Juan Guaido declared himself "interim president" of Venezuela on January 23 and was immediately recognized by the United States and some European and Latin American countries.


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  • Published : 2019-07-12 11:03
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  • Location : Barbados
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Barbados-Venezuelan Crisis/Talks

Venezuelan government, opposition end talks in Barbados

Dateline : July 11, 2019/File

Location : Barbados

Duration : 1'00

  • English
  • Español


Bridgetown, Barbados - July 11, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. National flag of Barbados
2. Various of Barbados' foreign ministry building
3. Various of street

FILE: Caracas, Venezuela - April 18-19, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
4. Posters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, former President Hugo Chavez on building
5. Poster of Maduro
6. Poster of Chavez
7. Various of building of National Assembly
8. Banner reading (Spanish) "I Am President"
9. Pedestrians



The latest round of talks between the Venezuelan government and the opposition concluded on Wednesday night in Barbados, with no substantial progress having been made.

The Venezuelan Minister of Communication and Information Jorge Rodriguez, who led the government delegation, however, described the round of talks as fruitful.

He said via Twitter that they had fully prepared for the Barbados talks that aimed to reach a "verifiable and feasible" agreement to resume stability in the country, while stressing the government's willingness to hold dialogue with the opposition.

The Barbados talks were conducted on the basis of a six-point agenda including political, economic and election revealed by the Venezuelan government, though parties involved declined to give any details on what were discussed during the three days of talks.

The Barbados gathering is the third round of the Norway-mediated talks between the two camps since they first met in Oslo in May.

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro won re-election to another six-year term last May and took his oath of office in January. But the political deadlock between the two sides reached a critical point, after Juan Guaido declared himself "interim president" of Venezuela on January 23 and was immediately recognized by the United States and some European and Latin American countries.


ID : 8115788

Published : 2019-07-12 11:03

Last Modified : 2019-07-12 16:18:34

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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