UNASUR calls to renounce to violent actions in Venezuela

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Caracas, 28 Mar. AVN.- The commission of foreign ministers of the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) that took part on March 25-26 in the National Peace Conference fostered by the Bolivarian Government called on renouncing to all violent actions in the country.

The UNASUR foreign ministers condemned through a statement “any attempt to break the constitutional order” in the country.

Also, they recognized “the opening-up and willingness of the President of the Republic to adopt the given recommendations, and it especially celebrates the willingness of agreeing a good faith witness who helps talks among all parties.”

Following, the complete statement released by the UNASUR Commission of Foreign Ministers last Thursday:

In the days 25 and 26 March 2014 took place in Caracas, Venezuela, the first meeting of the UNASUR Commission of Foreign Ministers, set up on the basis of Resolution 02/2014, adopted in Santiago, Chile, with a view to accompany, support and advise a broad and constructive political dialog for the country.

The Commission thanks the Venezuelan Government for providing all requested contacts. Likewise, it is expressed gratitude and appreciation for everybody’s active participation in the encounters.

In its first visit, the Commission was welcomed by H.E. Nicolas Maduro Moros, President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, and held meetings with the Political and Economic Commissions of the National Peace Conference, attended by legislators of government and opposition and representatives of productive sectors and economic unions of the country.

It also met with leaders of political parties which make up the Great Patriotic Pole and Table (GPP) of Democratic Unity (MUD), with Public Ministry, Supreme Tribunal and People Defender’s Office, Papal Nuncio and representatives of different religious beliefs, human rights organizations and student leaders.

The complete list of all attendants to the meetings held by this Commission will be available soon in the website of the UNASUR Secretary General.

The Commission has found will to dialog among all sectors, which expressed the necessity of toning down the language, creating thus a peaceful environment that favors talks between the Government and different political, economic and social actors in the country.

In addition, the Commission has found in its contacts a strong rejection from all sectors to the recent deplorable violent events, condemning any attempt to break the democratic order and expressing their commitment to respect all human rights.

In this connection, it estimates that there must be assumed the commitment to change all violent actions in Venezuela.

The Commission recognizes the opening-up and willingness of the President of the Republic to adopt the given recommendations, and it especially celebrates the willingness of agreeing a good faith witness who helps talks among all parties.

In order to follow up this process started by UNASUR, meetings held by the Commission will continue in the coming days, through a group of foreign ministers.

A report of the first visit of the Commission is going to present to the Council of Foreign Ministers of UNASUR by the Pro Tempore Presidency.

Foreign Ministers reaffirmed their strict support to democracy, highlighting the collective willingness of UNASUR to support a broad and respectful process of dialog, taking the National Peace Conference into consideration and reiterated their condemnation to any attempt to break the constitutional order.

Caracas, 26 March 2014

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