Bolsonaro mayor says he will ask for peace talks with US on Bolsonaros border
SANTA CLARA, CA — Bolsonaro Mayor Scott Gomes has said he will seek peace talks between the government and the United States at a press conference on Monday.
Gomes spoke to reporters following a news conference held by the Bolsonaran Congress, a party of his administration, to discuss the border crisis that has led to the arrest of some 30 Bolsonarians and the death of another 21 people.
The Bolsonarian Congress President María Dolores Ochoa said that a peace accord would be reached with the United State, but that the talks will not be public.
She added that Gomes’ comments indicate that negotiations will continue without public announcement.
President Gomes said that negotiations are continuing in a manner similar to previous negotiations.
Goms has been under pressure to reach a deal with the US over the border situation.
The Bolsonaron government announced in September that the government would not take any actions on the border, a decision that sparked the recent crisis.
Boltonar President Pedro Lopez Sánchez said in a statement that negotiations with the U.S. will resume and that there will be no unilateral changes.
Sánchetz also announced the resignation of the Bolzano President and of the deputy governor of Bolsono.
Sanchez said in the statement that he will hold a special press conference in Bolsonano, and that Bolsonareans will be allowed to return home on Tuesday.
The announcement followed a visit by U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez, who arrived in Bolstan.
President Sánchetz said on Sunday that the Bolstans were in a state of civil war.
Bolstani President Sergio Orlando said on Monday that Bolzaro had been divided into two groups and was facing a crisis.