Discussions will focus on the strategic and broad partnership between the United States and Canada and opportunities to advance shared goals will be identified, including the return of democracy in Venezuela and the release of the two Canadian citizens arbitrarily detained by China, the spokeswoman said. US Department of State, Morgan Ortagus.
The posture of Washington Y Ottawa It is clear about Venezuela. They say Maduro is illegitimate and they recognize Juan Guaid as President in Charge. It should be noted that this meeting serves to square positions facing the G-7, which is celebrated this weekend in France and in which Venezuela is expected to be one of the issues there are discussed.
The situation of the Latin American country has taken a dramatic turn after the president of the United States, Donald Trump, confirm contacts with the regime in Caracas. Contacts that then ratify Nicols Mature. This point will be key in Thursday's meeting, and also in the G-7.
The USA, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Japan and the European Union are the countries that make up this weekend's forum. Everyone agrees that Maduro's is an illegitimate government because of the fraudulent elections of May 2018.
Maduro is waiting for another international onslaught in the G-7