Peruvian presidential candidate recognizes Maduro as interlocutor in Venezuela crisis

Verónika Mendoza, vying for second place in the elections of April 11, said that "the evidence shows that the Lima Group has not been the most effective" to help solve the crisis in Venezuela.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peruvian presidential candidate Verónika Mendoza affirmed this Friday, April 2, that an eventual government of hers would recognize Nicolás Maduro as an "interlocutor" to try to solve the political crisis in Venezuela. She also said that the "Lima Group" of countries had not been "effective" in helping to solve this situation.

"In practice and reality he is (the) interlocutor with whom we will have to promote this process of dialogue to be able to get out of this crisis, together with summoning all sectors of the opposition," said Mendoza during a teleconference with the . . .

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