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    Venezuela, opposition preparing to resume talks

    MEXICO CITY (AP) – The Venezuelan government and the political opposition are preparing to resume talks stalled for more than a year, people familiar with the process told The Associated Press on Friday.

    Three people – someone close to opposition leader Juan Guaidó and two people involved in negotiation preparations – said the delegations from the two sides might meet in Mexico City around mid-November. All three spoke on condition of anonymity. They said the talks are expected to focus on a possible humanitarian aid programme for cash-strapped Venezuela as well as on conditions for the country’s 2024 presidential election.

    There is also the issue of a United States extension for the oil company Chevron to operate in the South American nation.

    However, the government of Mexican President Nicolas Maduro has yet to name representatives for the talks.

    The last round of talks took place in Mexico City under the guidance of Norwegian diplomats last year.

    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and First Lady Cilia Flore. PHOTO: AP
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