SANTO DOMINGO, the Dominican Republic. – The talks between the Government and the opposition of Venezuela continue in the Dominican Republic, in pursuit of advancing in the six points of the agenda and to reach an agreement for the peace and stability in the country.

The parties progressed in most of the points earlier this month, according to the head of the government delegation and Minister for Communication and Information of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez.

In turn, Dominican President Danilo Medina said this Thursday a fourth meeting would be held in the hope of signing agreements.

The talks were possible thanks to President Nicolas Maduro´s calls to the opposition to discuss, resolve the differences and agree to defend the sovereignty of the country, to stop international financial sanctions, overcome the economic crisis and avoid more violence from radical opposition groups.