El Alto, September 16 (RHC)-- Bolivian President Evo Morales has expressed support for upcoming talks between the Venezuelan government and the country's opposition, describing them as "healthy."
"Latin America must be a region of peace," Morales said during a speech in El Alto, Bolivia.
He added: "This initiation of dialogue between the government of Venezuela and the opposition is healthy. We will support this process because peace must prevail in our region."
The Venezuelan government announced Thursday that talks with the opposition will resume on September 27, following two days of discussions in the Dominican Republic.
Former Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriquez Zapatero and Dominican President Medina have invited both, the Venezuelan government and the opposition to restart dialogue in the Dominican Republic, while the United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres has also welcomed the move.
"We are in the process of transforming an agenda that will lead to a definitive negotiation to the crisis," said Dominican President Danilo Medina.
Representatives from Bolivia, Chile, Mexico and Nicaragua will accompany both sides throughout the talks.
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