Government says while it remains committed to hosting talks aimed at finding a peaceful resolution to the ongoing economic and political crisis in Venezuela it has no intention of making any official statement on the deliberations.
Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Minister, Dr. Jeorme Walcott, said the Mia Mottley government “remains committed to hosting the negotiations between the representatives of the principal political actors of Venezuela.
The two sides began meeting in Bridgetown in July.
Earlier this month, Norway confirmed that representatives of President Nicolas Maduro and Opposition Leader, Juan Guaido, had met in Barbados and had reiterated their willingness to advance in the search for an agreed upon and constitutional solution”.
Washington had ordered a freeze on all Venezuelan government assets in the US and barred transactions with its authorities.