The politician said that the opposition intends to achieve a resolution of the conflict.

The leader of the Venezuelan opposition, Juan Guaido, said that the people of the Bolivarian Republic will once again take to the streets of the country after negotiations between his supporters and representatives of President Nicolas Maduro in Norway ended in vain. He made a statement on Wednesday during an interview with Fox Business channel.

“No agreement has been reached, so the only chance we have is to stay on the streets,” he said. The politician added that the Venezuelan opposition “intends to achieve a resolution of the conflict.”

Earlier, Guido said that the meeting between the Venezuelan authorities and the opposition, which took place in Oslo, “ended without agreement.”

The Norwegian Foreign Ministry said that representatives of the government and the opposition of Venezuela “have demonstrated their desire to move towards finding an agreed and constitutional solution” for the Bolivarian Republic.