On Wednesday, the Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), José Miguel Insulza, urged the Venezuelan government and opposition to hold a dialogue to avoid more deaths of innocents in Venezuela.
In a communiqué, Insulza deplored violence “wherever it comes from,” a day after a teenage student was killed during a protest in Venezuela, DPA reported.
“If necessary steps are not taken to open an inclusive dialogue leading to reconciliation of Venezuelans, other innocent citizens could be victims of that violence,” Insulza warned.
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