Americas’ FMs discuss the ongoing Venezuela crisis
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Foreign Ministers from countries throughout the Americas met in the Peruvian capital Lima on Wednesday to discuss the ongoing crisis in Venezuela. 
Diplomats from across the region collectively condemned the "breakdown of democratic order" in the country.
Lima called an urgent meeting to discuss what action to take following Venezuela’s election of a special assembly to rewrite the country’s constitution.
Peruvian Foreign Minister Ricardo Luna stated that the establishment of the constituent assembly in Venezuela is a definitive turning point, and referred to it as a “dictatorship”. 
A joint statement said countries in the region supported a peaceful solution to Venezuela’s political upheaval. 
However, the group of ministers also said they would block any Venezuelan candidacy for regional or international organizations.