Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said he is willing to restore diplomatic ties with Colombia after relations halted between the neighbors a year ago.
“I reaffirm my willingness to restore consular relations with the Colombian government so that we have fluid and respectful communications, despite our differences,” Maduro tweeted Wednesday.
“I call to leave behind ideological and political extremisms,” he said, “Enough of So Much Foolishness!”
Maduro’s olive branch came a day after Bogota’s request for the extradition of fugitive lawmaker Aida Merlano from opposition leader Juan Guaido.
Following the request, Maduro said he was amused Colombia’s President Ivan Duque
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