The main interest of driving the failure of the new dialogue is to deepen its interventionist actions against Venezuela.
Representatives of the Government of Venezuela have denounced the plan of the United States (USA) to fail the dialogue table between Venezuelan political actors.
Since the Administration of Nicolás Maduro they have reiterated the complaints about the attempt of American interference in the conversations that began last May in Oslo, Norway and that seek to advance towards the peace and stability of the country.
The benefit for the US
The main interest of driving the failure of the new dialogue is to deepen its interventionist actions against Venezuela, with the aim of provoking the resignation of President Nicolás Maduro to appropriate the country's natural, mineral and energy resources.
The US intrusion In dialogues it is not new. During the talks in the Dominican Republic between December 2017 and January 2018, USA. He pressed the opposition not to sign a pre-agreement or commitments that lead to the stability of Venezuela.
On that occasion, the representation of the Venezuelan Government denounced that the conversations were imploding by the action and orders of the former US secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, who sought to sharpen and prolong the crisis in Venezuela.
Washington has shown interest in the exhaustion of this mediation space, again, to swell its argument for interference in Venezuelan politics.
Since the beginning of the preparatory meetings in Oslo, Norway, last May, Washington has had a spokesperson that insists that the object of the dialogue should be the resignation of President Nicolás Maduro.
In this regard, Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza denounced that the United States Government sought to "destroy" the rounds of negotiations that a delegation of the Government and opposition of Venezuela in Barbados.
The Venezuelan ambassador to the United Nations Organizations, Samuel Moncada, warned that the government of President Donald Trump was plotting a conspiracy to use force against the Latin American country.