Here’s why Venezuela’s Maduro is pleased about Peru’s Castillo’s election win

"We will contribute with the countries of Europe, which are already working on this, and with a group of Latin American countries, in understanding the various political tendencies that exist in Venezuela, without intervening in its internal politics," said Peru's new Minister of Foreign Affairs, Héctor Béjar.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The arrival to the Presidency of Peru of leftist Pedro Castillo and the Peru Libre party anticipates a change of position on Venezuela that would bring the founding country of the Lima Group closer to the orbit of the International Contact Group, which seeks a solution to the Venezuelan crisis through dialogue.

This was hinted at on Monday by Peru's new Minister of Foreign Affairs, Héctor Béjar, who said that the Peruvian government's policy would be against unilateral sanctions and blockades, about the restrictions imposed by the United States against the government . . .

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