The government of Argentina, chaired by the Peronist Alberto Fernández, announced on Wednesday his retirement from the Lima Group, created in August 2017 to address the situation in Venezuela and made up of a dozen American countries.
He considers that its actions “have led to nothing.”
“The Republic Argentina formalized its withdrawal from the so-called Lima Group, considering that the actions that the Group has been promoting at the international level, seeking to isolate the Government of Venezuela and its representatives, have led to nothing,” highlights a text from the Foreign Ministry.
It calls for “an inclusive dialogue” to solve the Venezuelan crisis, “that does not favor any particular sector, but does favor elections accepted by the majority with international control.”
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