National government and opposition establish six points agenda in dialogue table

The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, announced on Monday that he had established six points of work with the Venezuelan opposition at the dialogue table held in Norway, which continued this week in Barbados.
“We have a six-point agenda where all the topics of Venezuela are. We are not talking about a single issue such as economic, social, cultural, political, or institutional, we are talking integrally of an agenda”, announced the national president.
The Head of State mentioned that today the National Government had a five-hour session in Barbados of talks with the Venezuelan opposition, in order to continue the dialogue leading to peaceful solutions for the country.
In this regard, he said: “I think step by step, with strategic patience we open the way to peace, non-violence and constructive dialogue for Venezuela”.
He also confirmed his support for this dialogue mechanism: “I’m going to keep demonstrating it, because I have the mandate of millions of Venezuelans, as president of the Republic, as head of state and head of government”, he said.
In addition, he said that “enough of sterile conflicts, Venezuela is tired of this sterile conflict, the time has come to agree, hear, reflect and draw a path of peace, recovery for the whole Venezuela”.