The presidents of Uruguay, Chile, Colombia and Ecuador condemned Maduro regime during Ibero-American Summit

Luis Lacalle Pou, Iván Duque, Lenin Moreno, and Sebastián Piñera made reference to the dictatorship of the Caribbean country during their respective speeches at the international forum, either rejecting its presence there or calling for a democratic solution.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The presidents of Uruguay, Colombia, Ecuador, and Chile dedicated time in their messages before the 27th Ibero-American Summit to condemn the dictatorship of Nicolás Maduro represented in the international forum.

Luis Lacalle Pou, Iván Duque, Lenin Moreno, and Sebastián Piñera referred to the regime, either rejecting its presence there or calling for a democratic solution for the Caribbean country.

The Uruguayan president urged Maduro to "urgently open the doors to democracy" in the Caribbean country.

The Maduro regime, represented by Vice President Delcy Rodríguez, did not respond to Lacalle Pou . . .

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