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Norway to mediate in Venezuela

According to Aftenposten, " says Ine Eriksen Søreide she has very good contacts with both sides in the conflict. She is deeply concerned about the situation. Norway is at the disposal of the parties in the conflict wish to do so. The tense situation has escalated since Juan Guaidó proclaimed himself interim president on Wednesday.

"It is my hope that it will be possible for the parties to find a political solution, which means that new elections are announced, and to avoid the conflict worsens," she says.

– Norway has repeatedly stressed the right to peaceful demonstrations and democratic rights, including free and fair elections. Violence against peaceful demonstrators is unacceptable, " says Eriksen Søreide in comments sent via e-mail to the news agency NTB.

Juan Guaidó. Photo: Luis Robayo/AFP

On Saturday demanded Spain, France, Germany, the united kingdom and Denmark require that president Nicolás Maduro will announce a new election within eight days, otherwise countries will consider Juan Guaidó that the Venezuelan leader.

for more countries to recognise Juan Guaidó that the Venezuelan leader. On Sunday joined Israel to the growing group in which Canada and several Latin american states are included. Maduro has the support of, among others, Russia and Turkey.

Norway has in the past successfully mediated in conflicts in Sri Lanka and the Middle east.

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