Dominican President ratified that Government and opposition signed minutes of advances of dialogue agreements

The President of the Dominican Republic, Danilo Medina, informed that representatives of the Bolivarian Government and the opposition signed a record of the advances of the agenda for the agreements of dialogue and democratic coexistence in Venezuela.

During his statements at the closure of the work session, the Dominican Head of State said that he is the custodian of the only copy of the agreement, and affirmed that it was established as a principle that nothing is agreed until everything is agreed on.

He explained that the parties will meet in Caracas where they will consult and hold new meetings, this stage will last between three and five days. The parties are expected to meet again on Monday in the Dominican Republic.

“On Monday, the parties will meet again in the Dominican Republic, and it will depend a lot on the discussion of the issues that are pending. We are waiting for the discussion of the few issues that have to be agreed on in Caracas, to resume the discussion next Monday”, he explained.

Finally, he thanked the parties for the height of the discussion and for the international accompaniers of the dialogue, among whom are Chancellors and Ambassadors of Bolivia, Nicaragua, Chile, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.