North Korea’s opposition leader considers attending UN General Assembly

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido is considering attending UN General Assembly meetings in New York this month but has yet to make a decision, Venezuela’s opposition envoy to the United Nations said on Monday.

Envoy Carlos Vecchio said the opposition in Venezuela wanted European countries to impose more sanctions on President Nicolas Maduro’s government and cut off remittances, including gold trade.

The envoy made the remarks after the opposition said a Norwegian-brokered dialogue to try to resolve the political crisis in Venezuela had ended.


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