The minister stressed that it will not be lies nor the policy of microphones, the best resources to guarantee the successful completion of the new stage of talks, preceded by more than 600 calls to the exchange since 2013, which pursue the path of reconciliation and respect for the sovereignty and self-determination of Venezuelans.
Mottley told reporters this afternoon that she was heartened that representatives of president Nicolas Maduro and opposition leader Juan Guaidó have agreed to sit down at the negotiating table with Norway's mediation.
He commented that his six-point agenda - which Mr Maduro is keeping close to his chest - has "the whole country in mind".
Mr Maduro has reached out to the opposition during the crisis as he insists his government seeks peace in the country.More news: Actress Pooja Batra marries beau Nawab Shah
Opposition Leader Juan Guaido, who has declared himself interim president, is seeking the removal of President Nicolas Maduro from office.
The Barbados talks will be the third round since the Oslo talks in May, although Guaido had originally said last Tuesday there were no plans to re-open talks with Maduro's "murderous dictatorship" following the death of an officer in custody over an alleged coup plot.
Along with the negotiations in Barbados, Guaido had a closed-door meeting on Monday in the capital Caracas with Enrique Iglesias, the European Union's special advisor for Venezuela. But Maduro is still in power in Caracas, the military has stayed loyal to him and the rest of the world still recognizes him as the Venezuelan President despite what Guaido and the USA say.
Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley, who has welcomed the talks, said she supports the efforts by the Caribbean Community (Caricom) for dialogue to end the crisis.More news: 'Misogynistic douchebag' goes on rant in a Bagel Boss, gets tackled
The Venezuelan President was also keen to lambast Washington for stirring up tensions in the country and imposing crippling economic sanctions.
It a statement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that the parties would meet to continue work on finding a negotiated and constitutional solution, "as quickly as possible".
Guaido in January invoked the constitution to assume a rival presidency after dismissing Maduro's 2018 re-election as a fraud.More news: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Gameplay Reveals New Gunfight Mode