Havana, Cuba_ The Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-People’s Trade Treaty (ALBA-TCP in Spanish) supported the Montevideo Mechanism to open a path of dialogue and consensus in Venezuela, Radio Reloj publishes.

Through a communiqué issued by the Venezuelan Foreign Ministry, the ALBA-TCP countries welcomed the initiative established by Mexico, Uruguay, the Community of Caribbean States (Caricom) and Bolivia, aimed at addressing the situation in the country.

In addition, the text stressed that the Montevideo Mechanism is based on the principles of non-intervention in the internal affairs of countries, the legal equality of States, the peaceful settlement of disputes, respect for human rights and the self-determination of peoples.

Likewise, ALBA-TCP rejected the attempts to impose conditions that imply the violation of the constitutional order in force in Venezuela, and ratified its commitment to the Charter of the United Nations, through which its members refrain from resorting to threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or independence of any State.

The Montevideo Mechanism contemplates four stages that are dialogue, negotiation, commitments and implementation of the elements established in any agreement - aimed at the parties in conflict leading a process of talks in a peaceful atmosphere.

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