" He said everyone needs to be willing to give up something to reach an agreement".
Venezuela marked its Independence Day on July 5 which celebrates the enactment of the 1811 Venezuelan Declaration of Independence, making the country the first Spanish colony in South America to declare independence.
In an apparent referral to Acosta before Maduro spoke, Commander Remigio Ceballos said the armed forces "regretted the events related to the loss of the retired naval official".
He calls Guaido a US-backed puppet seeking to oust him in a coup. "There is no longer any valid euphemism to characterise this regime, other than dictatorship", he told reporters earlier on Independence Day.
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Tensions escalated when Juan Guaido declared himself acting president days later, a move supported by the US and many European and Latin American countries.
Pinera's announcement came in the wake of a United Nations report that said Venezuelan security services had killed almost 7,000 people in the past 18 months, many of them likely executions.
Representatives for Maduro and Guaido have met several times in Oslo to discuss a potential way out of Venezuela's economic and political crises, though their attitudes toward the talks differ greatly. Nicolas Maduro insists opposition leader Juan Guaido should join the negotiation process.
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