Pope Francis affirms commitment to dialogue in Venezuela

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, held on Monday a private audience with Pope Francis at the Vatican, Italy, where the Head of the Catholic Church reiterated his support for the initiative of the Bolivarian Government for holding a dialogue with all sectors of the country.
The meeting lasted about 30 minutes and was made in the midst of a flash tour made by the Venezuelan President through Azerbaijan, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, to work on the recovery of oil prices in the international market, with member and not member countries of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), as refers the ministry of People’s Power for Communication and Information in a press release.
The Head of State expressed his gratitude to His Holiness for assigning a special envoy of the Vatican to be a participant in the boards that were installed this Monday in the country, with the aim of promoting a dialogue between the opposition and the Bolivarian Government, and reaching an agreement to face the current situation.