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OAS secretary general terms "useful" sending mission to Venezuela

Insulza stated that in a conversation with Venezuelan Ambassador to the OAS Roy Chaderton he suggested the latter sending a special envoy to Venezuela, but the proposal was rejected

OAS secretary general said his proposal of sending a mission to Venezuela was rejected (File photo)
EL UNIVERSAL
Wednesday March 05, 2014  05:12 PM
The secretary general of the Organization of American States, José Miguel Insulza, denied on Wednesday any fracture in Venezuela's democracy. He claimed there was no need to convene a consultation meeting with the ambassadors of the continent. Insulza, however, noted it would be "useful" to send a mission to Venezuela, EFE informed.

The OAS' secretary general said he was confident that the meeting of the OAS Permanent Council to be held on Thursday would end up with a declaration calling for dialogue in Venezuela. Further on, Insulza noted that in a conversation with Venezuelan Ambassador to the OAS Roy Chaderton he suggested the latter sending a special envoy to Venezuela, but the proposal was rejected.

"I believe a mission would help if the two sides (of the conflict) accept it; if neither the Government nor the opposition rejects it. I am open to it if (any OAS Member State) wants to propose a mission, but I am not going to propose it because I already have and it did not work," Insulza explained from Washington.
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