27 de octubre de 2017 07:22 AM
Actualizado el 27 de octubre de 2017 07:33 AM
Chilean Minister of Foreign Affairs Heraldo Muñoz said on Thursday in Toronto, Canada, where the third meeting of the Group of Lima took place to discuss the Venezuelan case, claimed that Chile “will not take part in a mock dialogue” with Venezuela.
During a break in the ministerial meeting of the Group of Lima, composed of 12 countries of the Americas, Muñoz affirmed: “We, the foreign ministers of the Group of Lima remain steadfast in our determination to continue doing our best for Venezuela to get back a constitutional democratic order.”
Nevertheless, Muñoz added that, in default of a number of conditions to hold elections in Venezuela with democratic assurances, “Chile will not take part in a mock dialogue.”
“A lot has been said about a political solution. This is what all of us want (…) Any political and negotiated solution ought to be in good faith, trustworthy, real,” he said.
“And we also need an effectively united opposition as well as a programmatic accord,” he added.
The Group of Lima includes Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay and Peru.