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Caracas, Feb 14 (EFE), .- The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, asked the "friendly countries" on Friday to form a group to help, support and favor an inclusive dialogue for the Parliamentary elections this year.(CAMERA: Andry Rincon) STATEMENTS FROM THE PRESIDENT OF VENEZUELA, NICOLAS MADURO:"From the knowledge of other governments of the world. From the government of Spain, Mexico and Panama. To form a group of friends for Venezuela that will favor an inclusive dialogue, a sovereign dialogue, for Venezuela to reach great agreements that will strengthening democracy."

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