President Nicolas Maduro reiterated the willingness to dialogue with the opposition, against attempted coup d''etat established from sectors adverse to the Bolivarian Government.
During the delivery of the national journalism awards held on Thursday at the Miraflores Palace, seat of the government, the president said that the negotiation process will continue for peaceful coexistence and a democratic solution to the political crisis in the country.
With the mediation of the Kingdom of Norway, the Venezuelan government participated in a rapprochement with opposition factions in Oslo, with 'advances that will be revealed in coming days,' Maduro said.
The president criticized the subordination of the main representatives of the national right to the designs of the US hostile policy against Venezuela, and stated that the decisions of the opposition leadership are taken from Washington.
Maduro assured that the Bolivarian Revolution will maintain efforts for the political stability and social happiness, at the same time he pleaded to apply justice to those who conspire against the tranquility of the nation.
After several months of intelligence work, Venezuelan authorities frustrated and unveiled this week a new coup d'etat plan that included the assassination of Nicolas Maduro, as well as other representatives of Venezuela's political and top military command.
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